BatGuys Video Gallery
- Easton Bat Removal Video 1: Bee Sting
In this video I am in the process of removing bats in a gable vent. As I'm tearing apart the deteriorated vent the bats begin to fly away. All of the bats empty out of the vent and at the end a yellow jacket stings me on the back of the neck!
- Marlboro Bat Removal Video 2: Bats in the Attic
I am conducting a bat inspection of an attic in Marlboro Massachusetts. This attic is home to hundreds of bats. As I walk around the chimney the bats get nervous and begin to crawl around. You can see bats coming out of tiny gaps in the rafters. This was a very large colony of bats.
- Arlington Bat Removal Video 3: Swimming Bat
This video was shot in Arlington Massachusetts. I was conducting an inspection for a loose bat in a house that the homeowner had seen flying around the night before. After searching the entire house to no avail I located the bat in the toilet and it was still alive!
- Scituate Bat Removal Video 4: Angry Bat
I was on a roof in Scituate Massachusetts when I shot this video. As I walked over to inspect the gable-vent this bat crawled out to meet me. The bat stayed in the corner of the vent and was very aggressive toward me. I gently removed these bats and secured the vent.
- Quincy Bat Removal Video 5: Trapped Bat
A woman in Quincy MA discovered a bat flying around her bedroom during the middle of the night. She very bravely followed the bat to the kitchen where it landed on her table and sat motionless. She grabbed a wine glass from her cupboard and dropped it over the bat. She then placed her phone book over the trapped bat and duct-taped it to the table to make sure that the bat wouldn't be able to get out from under the glass. You might have thought she had a lion under there! This wins the award for the most creative bat-control method we've encountered this year.
- Boston Bat Removal Video 6: Guano Inspection
This video was shot in Boston Ma during an inspection of an attic for a bat infestation. In this video you can see large piles of guano on the floor of the attic as well as in the screens of the gable vent.
- Cranston Bat Removal Video 7: Bat on Bed
I removed this bat from a home in Cranston RI. I video-taped the bat as I walked over to it. This was a very aggressive bat.
- Winchester Bat Removal Video 8: Climbing Bat
After being removed from a gable vent this bat decided to do some climbing. Just another example of how fascinating these animals are.
- Lakeville Bat Removal Video 9: Bat in Flight
In this video I remove a single bat from a gable vent by nudging him out. He flies away gracefully but then flies right into a branch on a pine tree at the end. You can't see it very clear in the video.
- Lakeville Bat Removal Project Video 10: Bats Roosting in an Attic
In this next video of the Lakeville bat removal project I am inside an attic doing an inspection when I come across over a dozen bats roosting inside the ridge-vent. These were very calm bats. They sat still and didn't get too nervous as I took pictures and video from only 1-2 feet away.
- Acton Bat Removal Video 11: Bat Removal
Three bats from an Acton Massachusetts bat removal project.
- Hopkinton Bat Removal Video 12: Bat Removal
Bats found roosting on a roof in January of 2007 in Hopkinton Ma.
- Cohasset Bat Removal Video 13: Bat Removal
A single bat found roosting behind a chimney in January during a bat removal service in Cohasset Massachusetts.
- Lexington MA Bat Removal Video 14:
Bat removal from an air conditioning unit in Lexington Mass.
- Douglas MA Bat Removal Video 15:
Comical Bat removal in Douglas Mass.
- Douglas MA Bat Removal Video 16:
Bat removal in Douglas Mass.
- Boxford MA Bat Removal Video 17:
Bat removal in Boxford Mass.
- Boston Squirrel Removal Video 1: Curious Squirrel
While performing a routine squirrel control service at a home in a Boston suburb I had a curious gray squirrel hanging around on the roof with me for quite some time. This squirrel had a lot of red-brown in it and was a very beautiful animal.
- Newton Squirrel Removal Video 2: A Flying Squirrel in a Trash Barrel
A homeowner trapped a flying squirrel inside a trash barrel. The sides of the barrel were very smooth so the squirrel could not jump out. This is a close-up video of this flying squirrel, an animal that is very rarely seen during the daylight hours. Few people realize that these animals are found in great numbers in our area. Never seen a flying squirrel? That's because they are only active at night!
- Andover Flying Squirrel Removal Video 3: Squirrel on a fan
I ran into this flying squirrel in an attic in Andover about a month ago. This little guy was very cool and calm and wasn't alarmed by my presence at all. He stayed perched on an attic fan for quite a while while I took some pictures and even shot a quick video of him
- Attleboro Squirrel Removal Video
I removed this squirrel from a chimney in Attleboro in March of 2008. It had entered the uncapped chimney and could not get out.
- Hingham Mass Skunk Removal Video
Skunk removed from a living room in Hingham Mass and later released in the homeowner's backyard.
- Rat Removal Video
Rat Removal in Massachusetts – This rat was removed from a home in Dorchester MA. I was amazed that the rat was able to jump out of this 55 gallon trash barrel!
- Norwood Raccoon Removal Video
I removed these Juvenile Raccoons from an attic in Norwood MA in April of 2008.
- Warwick Bat Removal 1
Big Brown Bats leaving 1
- Warwick Bat Removal 2
Big Brown Bats leaving 2
- Warwick Bat Removal 3
Big Brown Bats leaving closeup