Category Archives: Bats

Should I Be Threatened By the Presence of Bats?

Local bat populations serve a vital ecological importance, which in turn, provides us with several economic benefits as a society. However, when bats get too close, they can inadvertently become a nuisance. If you have notices an exponential presence of … Continue reading

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The Basic Principles of Echolocation in Bats

By now, you are well-informed that bats are not blind. In fact, they see quite well. Their echolocating abilities are more than just a visual guide; they are a biological instrument that provides an advantage in many areas of Microchiroptera … Continue reading

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Learn All About the Tricolored Bat Formerly Known as the Eastern Pipistrelle

There are 16 known species of bats found here in Kentucky. This makes us a very lucky state since bats serve such a high ecological and economic importance! Of these 16 species of bat, 14 are categorized as permanent residents, … Continue reading

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How to Be Bat Friendly

Bats serve a vital ecological importance all over the world. From cross-pollination and pest control, to economy stimulus, modern medicine, and more, bats have helped our society in more ways than you can imagine. Although bats can also be quite … Continue reading

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Interesting Facts About the Little Brown Bat

The Little Brown Bat is one of the most common species of bat found around Kentucky. Not only do they provide several economic and ecological benefits for our society, they are very interesting to learn about. Continue reading to review … Continue reading

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Top 5 Indications That You Have a Bat Infestation

One of the most incredibly fascinating facts about bats is that they are the only mammals on Earth that can actually fly! Unfortunately, this gift of flight is what gives them easy access to residential and commercial real estate. This … Continue reading

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Learn About Bat Dangers With These FAQS

Although bats are fascinating creatures, and a vital part of our eco-system, they also pose several health and safety risks. If you live in an area where bat activity is regular, or your property is located near woods and a … Continue reading

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What is Histoplasmosis?

Bats are one of nature‚Äôs most fascinating mammals. Not only do bats consume thousands of insects each night, their guano is an effective fertilizer used in multiple industries around the world. With all of these positive characteristics in tow, what … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Putting Up a Bat House

Although bats can be quite the nuisance to residential and commercial properties, especially if they get inside, there are times when you might benefit from having them around. Bats are a highly important part of our surrounding eco-system. They serve … Continue reading

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Why Should We Care About White Nose Syndrome in Bats?

Bats are misperceived by most. What is typically thought of as a pest, is actually a mammal with a vital role in our surrounding environments. Bats should be protected and preserved to the best of our abilities, and for many … Continue reading

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