March through September is the active time for bats in Ohio. Ohio’s 11 species spend their summer hours like every other species in Ohio – feeding and reproducing. There is no question Ohioans benefit from the feeding of bats – a single bat can consume over 1000 mosquito-sized insects in one night. The reproduction side of things however, can sometimes cause an issue…especially if the result is a colony of bats in the home.
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