Product Code: BCEX
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At dawn or dusk, which is the best time to conduct a “bat watch”, observe points of entry / exit for bats in structure. Incoming /outgoing bat activity will assist in determining number of cones needed for installation (see DVD for more detailed information) For large bat colonies, use multiple cones for best results. Install cones at entry points, always at a downward angle; this is CRITICAL to seal all other entry / exit points before installing cones strategically to prevent bats from moving to other sections of structure. After bats leave structure to feed and you are certain they are all outside the structure, remove remaining cones and seal all holes.
A Word of Caution: Please note that removing bats during their birthing cycles can result in the offspring becoming trapped inside the structure. Please contact your state wildlife agency or state health department for information regarding bat birthing cycles in your region.The innovative design of the Batcone is ideal when a square shape is better suited to the entry port of a bat colony. It is designed with a built-in solid flange with mounting holes which allows easy and fast installation. It can also be used with the flexible vinyl flange, making it effective for virtually any surface application. For best results with Batcone, bend flanges slowly back and forth to prevent breakage. The innovative design of the Batcone is ideal when a square shape is better suited to the entry port of a bat colony. It comes with a built-in flange as well as a secondary flange which makes it effective for virtually any surface application. Built-in holes for mounting are another design feature, making for easier and quicker installation of this flexible and sturdy bat removal system.
5/5 Great Product/Time Saver, 1.26.2017
Reviewer: Chris O'Banion (Kettering, OH)
Unlike the other review for this product, we love bat cones. We use them for bats, sparrows, and woodpeckers. I've never seen a bat chew through anything so I don't believe bats can chew through this rugged plastic device. Rodents however could probably chew through it, but the device should not be left on the building that long anyway...once the bats are gone remove the device and do a permanent repair.
1/5 Chew Threw, 9.19.2014
Reviewer: Jim (, MI)
Back in the day we would use whiffle ball bats for bat exclusion, until they chewed threw them to get back into their holes. Yesterday my tech brought in a Bat Cone chewed threw, just like the whiffle ball bats. I have a real good picture of it, but there's no option to download pictures on this review site.
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