Midcoast Wildlife Specialists

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Maine Bat Removal & Exclusion Services

Mid-Coast Wildlife Specialists

Call us at 207-380-6652

About MWS & Our Maine Bat Removal Professionals

18 + years of experience – Fully licensed

Here at MidCoast Wildlife Specialists, we will get rid of the bats in your home or attic for good. Many bat exclusions we handle involve ladder work on steep pitched roofs & difficult angles. That being said, this kind of work can be very dangerous. For that reason we take our own safety very seriously, along with the safety of our clients. All bat removal jobs come with a written warranty to guarantee we can get rid of your bats for good! Call us if you live anywhere in Maine, we can most likely help you! Rest assured we can end the sleepless nights, bats coming inside the house, and any bad odors in the attic.

thanks to USFWSmidwest, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

The big brown bat (Eptesicus fuscus), a bat found in Maine, is native to North America, Central America, the Caribbean, and extreme northern South America.

In a nutshell, the bat removal process involves putting up a “one-way devices” around the bats entry, which will let the bats fly out, but not get back in. Sealing the rest of the home is very important to make sure the bats cannot get back inside. This method of evicting bats from a house is known as “live exclusion” where we humanely let the bats out alive, and sealing the rest of the home very thoroughly. Our seasoned pros have completed hundreds of bat removal jobs in Maine. We are confident that our company is the best choice in the entire State when it comes to bat removal.

Call Our Bat Removal Specialists at (207) 380-6652, Even If Your City Is Not On This List Below! We May Be Able To Help.

Inland cities we offer bat removal services

Waterville, Bangor, Old Town, Belgrade, Pittsfield, Norridgewock, Skowhegan, Farmington, Rumford, and more.

Coastal & mid-coast cities we offer bat removal and exclusion services

Portland, Windham, Cape Elizabeth, Falmouth, Freeport, Bath, Wiscasset, Boothbay, Rockland, Camden, Brunswick, Augusta, Gardiner, Winthrop, Lewiston, Auburn, Belfast, Ellsworth, and Bar Harbor.
thanks to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Northeast Region, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons for the use of this photo

The little brown bat (sometimes called little brown myotis) (Myotis lucifugus), a hibernating bat found in Maine, is a species of the genus Myotis (mouse-eared bats), one of the most common bats of North America. The little brown bat has been a model organism for studying bats.

The 6 Services We Offer Involving Bats & The Damage They Leave Behind

  1. Bat Inspections
  2. Bat Proofing
  3. Humane Bat Exclusion
  4. Bat Guano Cleanup
  5. Chimney Sanitation
  6. Insulation Removal/Replacement

Details Of Our Guarantee/Warranty On Bat Removal Jobs In Maine

All bat removal jobs come with a written guarantee when you hire our bat removal professionals. 12 Months is the minimum warranty we provide on bat removal jobs. Other bat jobs can be covered for up to 2 years, depending on details of the home’s construction. Within the warranty/contract, we guarantee the bats to be eradicated from your home or building. If the bats should happen to return during the warranty period, we would take care of the issue at no additional cost to the customer. If bats should return after our warranty expires, there would be a discounted rate to perform the extra work.

Bats. Thanks to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Headquarters, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

The Northern long-eared bat (Myotis septentrionalis), a bat found in Maine, is a small bat native to North America. It is deemed “threatened” in the U.S.

Bat Guano Cleanup & Attic Restoration Services

Getting the bats out is the first step, but what about all those droppings bats will leave in the attic? Mid-Coast Wildlife Specialists is your solution. We specialize in bats, and in turn we also specialize in repairing the damages they leave behind. Unlike other pest animals, bats do not cause any structural damage on the exterior of the home, aside from urine and grease stains on siding. The real damage they leave is the bat guano in the attic.

Our team operates around the entire state of Maine solving all kinds of issues with bats and people, including hazards with bat guano. This stuff can carry some harmful diseases and cause potential sickness that can get serious. We obtain all the machinery necessary to restore your attic completely, with sanitizing in between so we are sure the home returns to healthy living conditions. We can ever tear out & replace drywall when bat guano gets in between a wall void.

Bats. Thanks to Paul Moosman, CC BY-SA 4.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0>, via Wikimedia Commons

The eastern small footed bat, a bat found in Maine, is among the smallest bats in eastern North America and is known for its small feet and black face-mask.

The Reason Bats Why Will Leave Your Home For Good After Eviction.

Generally speaking, once the bats have been kicked out of your Maine residence, they will be gone forever. Let us explain; after the grunt work has been completed and the bats are forced to exit your home at night, there is a short period of time where the bats will try to get back inside and maintain their headquarters in your attic. If the bat colony fails to get back inside initially, then they will likely never be able to, as long as the home stays sealed.

Bats do not stick around your property long-term after their roost has become inaccessible. Bats are pretty simple creatures; they do not fly around thinking about their plot to return into your attic and get revenge on those greedy humans who kicked them out. All bats think about is eating bugs, and having a place to live in peace. After the first night or 2 of failed re-entry into the attic, the bats will abandon the building to seek-out a new roost. We estimate that 98% of our bat exclusion jobs are successful during the first attempt, with the other 2% of bat problems still covered in our warranty for bat removal.

Bats. Thanks to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Southeast Region, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

Formerly known as the eastern pipistrelle, technically an inaccurate classification, the new more descriptive common name tricolored bat (Perimyotis subflavus) was chosen because of the distinct tricoloration of each hair, which is black at the base, yellow in the middle and brown at the tips.

Common Questions About Bat Removal

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Considering The Cost, Should I Try It Myself, Or Perhaps A Cheaper Method?

First of all, to put it bluntly, remediating bat problems is definitely not something you want to try on your own. It took our operators several years of experience to master the bat removal process, so how could anyone else succeed from studying online for a night or two? It’s simply not a good idea; bat work is dangerous with all the heights involved. That is why our certified bat experts are here to help Maine homeowners in the first place.


Next, none of those gadgets you see advertised online are effective. Those “sound emitters” meant to deter bats have been discovered by our professionals buried several feet in piles of bat guano. The only surefire way to remove bats from a building is by performing the meticulous process of live-exclusion.


We aren’t going to say anything bad about anyone else, but beware of anyone who is too cheap. They are lowballing you for a reason, and it’s highly likely that the bats won’t be going away any time soon. It’s best to hire a professional to start out, instead of going down the list and wasting a lot of your hard earned money. If it sounds too good to be true, it always is. Call our bat removal experts at MidCoast Wildlife Specialists Today.


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Midcoast Wildlife Specialists

165 Duck Puddle Road

Nobleboro, Maine 04555

Tel: (207) 380-6652

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