Many bat species are considered “threatened,” which means they are likely to become endangered species in the foreseeable future. An “endangered” species is one that’s in danger of becoming extinct, or dying out completely.
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Name: Chris Blocker
Position: GBO technician
How long have you been working for Get Bats Out?
I believe it has been since the summer of 2006, although it may be 2007… My time here has been so enjoyable I can’t quite remember!
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Recently, a man camping with his friends in Oregon was attacked by a bat.
Darren Skou was playing guitar with his group when it happened. Apparently, a nearby bat did not appreciate his musical chops, because it swooped down and proceeded to bite him[...]
We recently created a new TV commercial that does a good job of explaining what we’re all about here at Get Bats Out. Give it a look and let us know what you think!
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Last week, we covered the timely dilemma of schools trying to get rid of bats that are dwelling in their walls and ceilings just as school is getting back into session.
We briefly mentioned the fact that some schools designate someone on their staff [...]
Well, it’s that time of year again… Back-to-school season is in full swing. Many businesses are trying to get the parents of students to take advantage of their back-to-school specials, whether the product in question is a notebook or a new table[...]
At Get Bats Out, we’re not just passionate about helping people remove bats from their homes and offices—we’re also passionate about bats!
That’s why we love stories that talk about bat research. One story that came out just recently re[...]
Around the same time last month, there were two separate instances of bats with rabies infections: two bats in Grand Canyon National Park and one in Fort Hood.
Grand Canyon National Park
In Grand Canyon National Park, one bat landed on a visito[...]
Over the last few months, we’ve spotlighted the Mexican free-tailed bat and the big brown bat. Next up in our series of highlights on different bat species is the little brown bat (scientific name Myotis lucifugus).
In this piece, we’ll tal[...]