RABIES IN YOUR STATE Between 2013-2017, bats with rabies were found in every state except for Hawaii According to the most recent data available on the CDC’s website, 92.7% of all rabies cases in 2018 were from wild animals[...] Read more
Some may ask, is there really a difference between the two? The answer is a firm YES, and we will show why we feel so strongly about this in the following blog.
Let’s tackle the first difference – SIZE.
Commercial bat removal[...] Read more
Scientists have identified at least 980 species of bats worldwide and 40 of them are found in the United States. A study to assess the importance of these bats to farmers has suggested that bats provide a service worth an estimated 1 billion do[...] Read more
DO YOU NEED TO BE TREATED FOR RABIES? Why would you need to be treated for rabies? If you come into contact with the saliva of an infected animal or if it comes into contact with your skin (i.e a small scratch or bite) there is a cha[...] Read more
The Mexican Free-Tail Bat
This species of bat can be found from as far south as Argentina to the North American states of Oregon, Nebraska, and Ohio. However, they tend to spend their winters in central and south America and migrate further nor[...] Read more
Here at Get Bats Out, we think about bats a lot. During bat’s active season, we think about bats most of our waking hours. So, we really appreciate it when we see other people educating themselves about bats. Myths, superstitions, and mis[...] Read more
Whether it’s a hospital, school, or office, you’re concerned about the health of your patients, children, and staff. Unfortunately, a bat infestation can prevent hospitals from providing care, schools, and offices from functioning and p[...] Read more
We talk a lot about bat guano and how it can negatively impact our lives but what about bat urine? It’s something that doesn’t get as much attention so do we even need to discuss it? Well, you might be surprised that it’s not a subject to[...] Read more
Last year, during routine bat monitoring, a team in New Jersey discovered big brown bats that had engorged ticks on them. This unusual occurrence prompted them to collect the ticks and send their findings to the NJ Dept of Health and Rutgers[...] Read more
Bat Bug Video- Watch them crawling around outside a house after a successful bat removal. Bat bugs are often mistaken for bed bugs. They live off of bats and are a clear sign you have a bat colony in your home. Bat bugs will bite hum[...] Read more