A recent news item out of Kern county California warns the community to be cautious when they come across bats. There are some great shots of bats in this video, including a few homes that obviously need bat removal and bat proofing services [...] Read more
Ozzy Osbourne is making news, again. And, once again, it’s bat related.
Maybe he’s paying the price for his antics on stage in the early 80’s.
The story goes like this: At a concert in Des Moines, Iowa, a fan threw a live bat at the stage[...] Read more
The Department of Natural Resources in Indiana recently closed all of the caves on state properties as a precaution against the spread of White Nose Syndrome.
While there is no known human health risk, White Nose Syndrome is spread from bat to [...] Read more
I’ve been highlighting Get Bat’s Out technicians that I work with around the country as part of an ongoing series. This week, I took a moment to speak with Tom Lorsung in Douglas County, Nebraska about his work in bat removal.
Here’s what[...] Read more
The truth is, bat work is expensive. While many residential jobs can be completed for less than $4000, I’ve done jobs that ended up costing homeowners as much as $25,000. Why the wide range?
Sticker shock is very common.
Bats: Not Your Typi[...] Read more
I’ve learned quite a bit about bats over the years. They are the only flying mammal. They nurse their pups.
And their roosting behavior is fascinating!
On the Numbers
In the case of Big Brown Bats, normal gestation takes 60 days. It takes abo[...] Read more
This week we talked to John Nanoski of Wake County, North Carolina about the great work he is doing for happy bat-free customers. This is what he had to say about his job:
In Conversation with John Nanoski
John, where do you live and what citie[...] Read more
John “The Batman” Martinez is our resident expert for Huntington County, Indiana. We wanted to take a look at what it’s like there when it comes to bat removal. Here’s an inside look at this exciting job in this fascinating area with Jo[...] Read more
When people tell me they have bats in the basement, I tell them that they have a REAL problem on their hands! Why Are Bats in the Basement Bad? The thing is, if you have bats in your basement, it’s indicative of a bat infestation[...] Read more
While the hard working crew at Get Bats Out isn’t exactly putting their feet up and sipping tropical drinks on the beach, it is true that we’re entering the off season for bat exclusion. We’re now past the peak demand for bat exclusion this[...] Read more