1. It’s real name is guano.
Guano (via Spanish from Quechua: wanu) is the accumulated excrement of seabirds, seals and bats. You’ll most often find the word guano used for manure to fertilize gardens. But while bat guano plays a val[...] Read more
Can you imagine waking up to what you think is a bird flying around in your bedroom, only to discover it’s a bat? And then to be told that your apartment wall is the home to 1000s of Mexican free-tailed bats? Well, there’s at least one woma[...] Read more
Every once in a while, we meet someone that really just wants to change the world for the better. This is what we see in our New York bat removal technician, Eric Stout.
He is humble, kind, helpful, and truly goes the extra mile to solve a bat[...] Read more
Coronavirus has been dominating the headlines in recent weeks with the number of people and countries affected increasing. Originating in Wuhan, China, the virus is currently responsible for the deaths of over 543,382* people and another 11,837[...] Read more
How Do You Know When You Need Guano Cleanup? Dealing with a bat infestation may be the most difficult problem a home or business owner will ever face. How to deal with the bat guano (bat droppings) that comes along with an infestation can b[...] Read more
WATCH A BAT CRAWL We get a lot of questions about how bats move about. Bats are often compared to a mouse with wings. Which couldn’t be more inaccurate. Bats prefer to fall to fly so they often roost in high places and will crawl on their [...] Read more
Bat removal in Brandon, MS and the surrounding areas tends to take a slower southern pace. That is not what you will find with Get Bats Out. We’re experts in bat removal, bat proofing, guano cleanup and histoplasmosis remediation.
While Get B[...] Read more
We’ve all heard the slogan, “the friendly airlines.” I’m not sure about you, but having a bat flying around the cabin of an airplane with me doesn’t constitute “friendly” skies.
A Spirit Airlines flight had exactly that happen thi[...] Read more
A rabid bat was found in the popular and busy Belmar neighborhood in Lakewood, Colorado as reported by the Jackson County Health Department on June 17, 2019. The rabid bat was found near the 700 block of South Reed Street.
Rabies is a disease t[...] Read more
What’s the worst that can happen? We’ve written about the many “worst case” scenarios a bat infestation presents. This one is remarkably stunning. The state of Alabama strongly recommends the parents of more than fifty children enrolled[...] Read more