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Content © Parker Wildlife Control - Bat removal - New Orleans, LA 2011

Bat house installation and Bat removal  experts getting rid of bats from  residential and commercial buildings in the New Orleans area as well as Covington, Mandeville, Hammond and Slidell! If you want to purchase a bat house from a local guy - you’ll want to buy one here!

Experienced  Bat control experts!

Bats flying around

in your house!

Bats inside  or outside your home? We can help! Download our bat handbook!

Bats flying  out

of your house!

We sell and install bat houses!


What good are bats!

Some people who like bats  would love it if bats were flying out from the walls or the peak of their house! Some people who see bats flying out of the house become terrified - how much will it cost they wonder...

If you have bats flying out from the eaves of the house or if you notice bats flying out of the peak of your home do not think it is impossible to get rid of them. Getting rid of bats is easy if you know how. Be sure to download our E-book.

After reading it you may want to hire a professional. We will have a list of professionals here for you to check out, until then you can call me direct at any time. 504-338-7517 I can direct you to a bat professional just about anywhere in the country.

If you are really interested in bats and bat houses you might want to consider signing up for an account at the bat house forum I am a member and can tell you that there are some brilliant people there who really own and install their own bat houses. Its a real inspiration for those who enjoy this sort of thing!

The next great resource is

Check out this special section on specific bats

Bats are great at scaring folks!

With all those teeth its no wonder folks get scared of bats!

Bats eat moths, mosquitos and more!

The moth in the picture is one rare moth, its called the Tiger Moth. Tiger moths emit extra loud clicks to block the echolocation! Read about it here

Bats can be seen flying at night !

Bats can be seen flying at night, when they leave the roost site they often go to water first then return  - and then leave for an extended period of time, often till dawn, then they return for the day.

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3 Cool Facts about bats

  1. Bats eat insects
  1. Bats are mammals
  2. Bats are NOT blind

White Nose Syndrome: Bats are in trouble!

Research “White Nose syndrome” believe me bats are in serious danger right now - bat conservation is needed now more than ever. If you do anything this year - purchase and install a bat house!