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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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Learning About Fruit Bats

Fruit Bats are a species of bat that do indeed eat fruit, but there is much more to them than the words that make up their name. You see, fruit bats are also called Megabats. They are the larger of … Continue reading

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How Do Bats Fly?

One of the most fascinating and fun facts about bats is that they are the only mammal on earth that is capable of true flight. This means bats are the only member of the Mammalian family that can really fly. … Continue reading

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