Histoplasmosis is something that we at Get Bats Out feel like experts on. But even when you feel like an expert on a subject, there is information that comes along that can humble you.
Cause of Histoplasmosis
Histoplasmosis is caused by breathi[...]
Colorado is one of only 12 states in the US that currently does not have any state requirements to vaccinate our pets against rabies. But that could soon be changing, for the better.
Legislation currently under debate would require Colorado rab[...]
Bat Conservation International is a great organization! We donate monthly to this very worthy cause and have for the past few years. As a bat removal company you may ask, “why?” though. Here are the top three reasons we think it’s importa[...]
This past summer we were priviledged to meet Mr. John Stephenson in Wyoming. He came on as a photographer for us on a job. He impressed us so much, we of course had to convince him to be a technician for us. (Although that part wasn’t rea[...]
Have you ever thought about the impact it would have on the environment if we were to remove bats from the ecosystem? Probably not. Luckily for all of us, a group of very smart people including Raina Plowright, who is an assistant professor in [...]
At Get Bats Out, we got our start as a Colorado bat removal company. We have expanded and grown rapidly over the the last few years. We thought this might be a good time to introduce you to the genius behind our company.
Name: Michael Koski
Last week on our blog we shared second video of 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.
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.
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[...]
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[...]