“More or less a year after a reported growth of bat population in the city of Hamilton, CBC News broadcast about a bat invasion. Christina Abbot, owner of the apartment, was faced with a dozen bats residing in her home from an originally one wildlife intruder.
It is a general knowledge that bats play an important role in the ecosystem. It is on their winged-arms to naturally control the population of insects. Although it is not natural for them to mix with humans and their habitat, they are probable to transmit diseases like rabies. Needless to say, it is important to report any bat sighting in your community.
It is okay to capture the bats yourself, if you know how to. To assure the species’ continuous existence though, companies specializing in wildlife control in Hamilton have been more specific to using humane processes in bat exclusion. One company I know, which implements such procedure, is Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control.”