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Frequently Asked Questions About Bat Removal

Bats are fascinating mammals with incredible appetites and impressive flying skills. However admirable, bats can still be a nuisance to property owners because they can cause loads of structural damage and even pose certain health and safety hazards. You see, … Continue reading

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Which Ailments Can a Person Contract From a Bat?

Wild bats are a highly beneficial species to have as a part of our ecosystem. They are magnificent creatures and the only mammals capable of true flight. They are truly amazing. On the other hand, bats, just like any other … Continue reading

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Facts About the Northern Long-Eared Bat

One of the most well-known facts about Northern Long-Eared Bats, or “Northern Myotis”, is that they are federally listed as a threatened species. This unfortunate fact can make us appreciate the native bat species in the United States, and motivate … Continue reading

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What Happens to Bats After Bat Removal Service?

When bats get inside, it is necessary to get them out as soon as possible. Professional wildlife specialists implement a systematic, non-lethal procedure to locate, remove, and exclude bats; and then follow up with comprehensive decontamination services and structural damage … Continue reading

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Here’s What to Do If You Have a Bat in the House

Has it just been brought to your attention that there’s a bat in your house? If so, do not panic. There is a perfectly safe and effective procedure for dealing with this situation. And bats are very unlikely to attack … 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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Bats Cause a Deadly Disease Called Fibrosing Mediastinitus

For many years, scientists and researchers have warned us about the dangers of bat guano. Bat droppings commonly grow a fungus called histoplasma Capsulatum that releases toxic, transmissible spores into the air. When breathed in, whether by humans or pets, … 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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Are Bats Aggressive?

Many people immediately panic out of fear when they discover a bat in their house. This is mostly a result of a stigma influenced by Halloween, bedtime stories, vampire movies, and more. But the truth is, there is not much … Continue reading

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Popular Bat Guano Fertilizers on the Market

Last month we discussed how bat guano is used as a fertilizer for gardens, crops, flora, and more. So now that you know that guano is a known, effective fertilizer, you might want to know which kind to buy! In … Continue reading

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