Category Archives: Bats

Property Damage Caused by Bat Intrusions

Bats are commonly found in residential and commercial properties hiding in dark warm places, like attics and crawl spaces. Why do bats like to use our buildings and homes as their own? The most likely answer is the easy accessibility. … Continue reading

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Examples of Megabats and Microbats

All bat species known to mankind can be categorized as either Microchiroptera or Megachiroptera, also known as microbats and megabats. There are literally thousands of species of bat in both categories, all of which are found in virtually all regions … Continue reading

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Interesting Facts About a Bat Called The Western Pipistrelle

The Western Pipistrelle, or Pipistrellus Hesperus, is also known as the “Canyon bat.” It is an interesting bat because it is the smallest bat found in the United States, weighing between 3 and 6 grams. This insectivorous bat is known … Continue reading

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How Do Bats See?

Many people incorrectly assume that bats are blind. The truth is, no species of bat is naturally blind. In fact, most bats have pretty good vision. However, some bats rely on other senses more than they do their eyesight to … Continue reading

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FAQS About Electronic Bat Repelling Devices

Ultrasonic pest repelling devices are non-lethal, humane solutions for keeping bats off your property. They use variable scanning technology that emits ultrasonic sound waves in various pitches, frequencies, and intensities. These are silent to humans, but highly irritating to bats. … Continue reading

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Learn Why the Mexican Free-Tailed Bat is So Unique

When it comes to the Mexican Free-Tailed bat, you may not think its special just by looking at it. They appear to look like any other Microchiroptera bat, covered in light brown or black fur with long wings and a … Continue reading

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Do All Bats Have Rabies?

To answer this question right off the “bat”, bats DO carry rabies; however, not all bats are infected with the rabies virus. Basically, it’s a gamble. You never know which bats are infected and which are not. The only way … Continue reading

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A Bat that Roosts Inside Leaves!

There are countless bat species that are fun and interesting to learn about. But there is one particular species of bat that has earned themselves a reputation for being unique. That is because they live inside leaves of trees and … Continue reading

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Learn About Endangered Bat Species

Bats are miraculous mammals; that’s right, mammals. In fact, they are the only mammal that is capable of true flight! This is just one fascinating fact about bats, so you can imagine just how fun it can be to learn … Continue reading

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Are Bats Rodents?

At first glance, you may think a bat looks like a rat with wings, which might lead you to believe that bats could be rodents. But if you were to take a closer look, you’ll find that a bat is … Continue reading

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