Imagine watching three million incredible bats flying out of their home.
Visitors to the Mulu National Park in Malaysian Borneo can see just that. These incredible bats have a mass exodus nightly between 5:30 and 6:30 PM local time.
What Makes[...] Read more
White Nose Syndrome has been devastating the bat populations of the Eastern United States for years now; and it may soon be coming to Idaho bats.
Researchers with Idaho Fish and Game are being called upon by the National Fish and Wildlife Servi[...] Read more
Last week on our blog we introduced the Bats in Crisis series produced by the National Park Service. This video series revolves around a deadly fungal disease hitting the bat populations of North America called White Nose Syndrome.
In the first[...] Read more
Bats in Crisis is a video series put together by the National Park Service a couple of years ago. While this isn’t new information, we still find it to be of great value and thought it was worth sharing again.
The National Park Service pr[...] Read more
Pest control in California is a pretty unique market. Since Get Bats Out services the entire United States, we are familiar with all of the major US markets.
In California or Nevada, we don’t think you will find someone more knowledgeable[...] Read more
Our bat removal business has grown quite a bit over the last year. Sometimes we look back and can’t believe we’ve kept up with how rapidly we have grown to be honest. Bat removal in Boise, Idaho seems like a far fetched idea to some[...] Read more
We often are asked why cleaning up bat guano is so dangerous. This question usually follows someone telling us they have been sweeping up bat guano for months and us telling them to stop.
Bat guano cleanup is something we have many, many years [...] Read more
Bat feces cleanup is no one’s idea of a good time. Let’s just be real about that. As the old adage goes, “it’s a dirty job, but someone has to do it”. And besides, hard work is good for a person.
We have done extensive guano clean[...] Read more
Just a quick reminder: bat pest control and rabies have no “off-season”. Many people think just because they are seeing less bats in the winter that the bats are gone. This simply isn’t true.
The eighth confirmed case of rabies in New Jer[...] Read more
As a bat removal company we answer a lot of questions about bat guano, better known as bat poop. We also have a lot of pictures on file of bat poop we have removed from homes and businesses across the country. Gross, we know.
Although bat poop [...] Read more