If you are in the Connecticut, Massachusetts, or New York area and in need of bat removal, look no further than Mr. Jason Leathers.
All of us at Get Bats Out feel very fortunate to have him on our team. He is hardworking, dedicated, and always[...] Read more
On our last blog, we discussed why a hospital bat infestation leaves a bad taste in the community’s mouth.
Consumers have more choices and will choose someone else
The Joint Commission may get involved and shut you down
Insurance companies [...] Read more
Hospital bat infestations are more common than you might think. Obviously, we aren’t going to start naming names, but we have had the opportunity to learn a great deal and help a great deal.
One recurring theme in the hospital bat removal job[...] Read more
Occasionally, when we are doing a bat removal project, we will pull in helpers and safety personnel. These employees typically don’t have any experience in bat removal, but are people we see tremendous potential in.
Peter Long happens to be [...] Read more
While it was an anticipated problem, Houston bats living in Waugh Bridge have been decimated by Hurricane Harvey much more than was forecasted.
Many saw the dramatic video of rescuers pulling bats trapped by flood waters from under the Waugh Br[...] Read more
So far in 2017, there have been seven hurricanes in total, and 13 named storms. The hurricane season in the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico has been classified as “extremely active” by the definitions used by the National Hurricane [...] Read more
We get it. Bat removal is expensive and inconvenient. We rarely, if ever, talk to someone that has money set aside in their budget for a bat removal project. Not to mention the fears, misconceptions, and anxiety the situation causes most people[...] Read more
While it’s not a good announcement, it is one we do every year. It’s rabies season again. We get a lot of questions about rabies shots. When are they needed, how is exposure determined, who needs to get them, etc. One pretty common question[...] Read more
It isn’t often that we discuss issues with bats from outside of the United States. We mean no offense to those that don’t live here, we just think it’s important to focus on the areas we service.
I recently stumbled upon an article about[...] Read more
Two bats have tested positive for rabies in Colorado Springs, Colorado. These are the first of the year for Pueblo County, CO.
Public health officials are reminding the public not to touch wild animals. Even if it appears sick or injured. It is[...] Read more