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
Woodpeckers are some of the most destructive creatures on the planet. In my humble opinion, of course. They serve their purpose in nature, but wreak havoc on homes and buildings.
We go out on many, many service calls where bats have gotten bac[...] Read more
North Carolina bats are an interesting topic for us at Get Bats Out. All of North Carolina is abundant with such diverse wildlife. In this type of ecosystem, it is very important to not disrupt natural balances.
North Carolina bats play a cruci[...] Read more
As a professional bat removal company, we get a lot of questions about rabies vaccinations. When does your dog or cat need them? The short answer is, rabies vaccinations vary from state to state.
We’ve heard a lot of sad stories about our custo[...] Read more
We live in a very technological world these days. Parents are much more likely to whip out a smart phone and take a video of a bat infestation in schools and send it to the evening news than they are to call the school administration.
Seeing yo[...] Read more
Look, it’s gross. We know this. We don’t like looking at it, we’re forced to. So why do a whole blog dedicated to pictures of bat guano? Because you asked for it and we aim to please.
We’ve seen a lot of guano over the l[...] Read more
If you don’t know about White Nose Syndrome, you haven’t been reading our blog. And that’s ok, we know not everyone is as fanatical about bats as we are. So, a brief recap on White Nose Syndrome:
White Nose Syndrome was fir[...] Read more
In the bat world, Mexican free-tail bats are nothing special as far as looks go. They range from dark brown to grey and they have wrinkled lips that are common for their genus. They get their name from their tail that protrudes freely beyond th[...] Read more
Here at Get Bats Out, we closely monitor the trends of bats; migration and hibernation season, pup season, and of course rabies among others. There are a number of rabies cases reported throughout the year across the US, but rabid bat cases bei[...] Read more
While histoplasmosis in not a fun guy, it is caused by a fungi. A very dangerous fungi called histoplasma capsulatum that can make anyone sick.
There are times in life where we all think, “that won’t happen to me.” But, as we all know, l[...] Read more