If you want to release some wild Saint Louis animal which is captured in a live trap, you have to take
precautionary measures, as like you already now, these animals can hurt you.]The barrel tile
roof is attractive but this is the same thing that also makes it hard to remove the bats. There
are many ridges of the barrel for the tile roof and they make it to look even nice. However,
every tile also has the gaps inside it and these are the places where the bats may squeeze themselves
into. The clay tiles are dark and warm and they make a good place for the bats to roost inside. The
bats also like the way they enter or they exist in the vertical gaps but not on the horizontal gaps
like the opening of the chimney. When there is a tear within the tarpaper under tiles, the bats may
take up the residence there since every piece of the tiles has the ridge and the Saint Louis bats may enter using
each one of them. It is even harder to remove the Missouri bats away of the barrel tile and to seal them since
there over hundreds of the entry points.
When the bats have been able to enter into the tiles, they will also be able to enter into the attic and when the bats get in the attic or in the living areas, there are many problems that may results in this especially when they bite you. When the bats are found under the tiles, it means that it is possible that every ridge will be holding the Saint Louis bats. Because every point is a potential entry point of bats, then it is going to be even impossible to put exclusion device on each ridge. The cost and the time that will be involved into doing this can be too high. Because it is not legal to kill bats, you will not be able to seal up the ridges when the bats are still in the tiles. The best way to deal with the bats is to wait until they go away in the winter and to seal the ridge tiles. Since each one of the tile entry has to be sealed completely, you will need enough time to do so. The best way to do this is to use steel cloth on the bottom of every ridge where the Missouri bats do enter.
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