There are a few signs that can help you identify if there are bats in your attic:
1. Bat Droppings: Bat droppings, also known as guano, can be found in and around the area where bats are roosting. Guano is typically dark brown or black in color and is often found in piles or streaks.
2. Strange Noises: Bats are nocturnal animals and are most active at night. You may hear scratching, squeaking, or fluttering sounds coming from your attic at night. This is a common sign that bats are roosting in your attic.
3. Stains and Grease Marks: Bats have oily fur that can leave greasy stains on walls and ceilings. You may also see stains around entry points where bats are entering and exiting your attic.
4. Visual Sightings: If you see bats flying around your property at dusk or dawn, there’s a good chance they are roosting in your attic.
If you suspect that you have bats in your attic, it’s important to contact us, Wildlife Removal Specialist of Atlanta. Bats are protected species and should only be removed by trained professionals.