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Look, it’s gross. We know this. We don’t like looking at it, we’re forced to. So why do a whole blog dedicated to pictures of bat guano? Because you asked for it and we aim to please.

We’ve seen a lot of guano over the last 20+ years. We’ve smelt it too, but we can’t pass that experience on to you. You’re welcome.

Guano can literally be found anywhere. So, here are some pictures of bat guano for you from top to bottom.

Pictures of bat guano on a roof

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Pictures of bat guano in the attic

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Pictures of bat guano on side walls and objects

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Pictures of bat guano on the ground and in the garden

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So there you have it. Pictures of guano. Do you have some laying around your house? Check out why that’s a bad thing here.

Michael KoskiYour local bat removal expert,

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  • MaryanneJackson
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    I have a friend who lives in a rectory that has bats and bat drippings and have had a exterminater to get rid of them She thinks the urine from bats are on her wall She has developed discomfort across her chest plus her vocal cords her voice comes and goes becomes at times very weak She went to md and didn’t tell him about Bat drippings and he diagnosed her with virus of vocal cords due you think it could be the fungus from the drippings She sleeps in these rooms with drippings

    • GetBatsOut
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      Histoplasmosis is not carried in bat urine, it is carried in their guano (poop). The urine smells and causes unpleasant odors sometimes even an ammonia type smell when it has built up. It may be the acidity of the urine that is bothering her lungs and vocal cords. It may not be. If there is guano accumulations in the room, she needs to sleep somewhere else and go back to her doctor.

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