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[...]
National Bat Week concluded at the beginning of November, but there was one story that came out of it that I feel is really worth sharing.
Anyone who follows movies knows there’s an upcoming movie called Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice, starrin[...]
I’ve known about this problem for over a year, but it’s been getting a lot of coverage recently: wind turbines keep killing bats.
Why is this happening? What’s the issue? Many sources say that bats are mistaking wind turbines for trees. In my o[...]
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.
What’s unique [...]
Most of the country is probably not aware of it, but the United States is lucky enough to host one of the great wonders of the natural world: Bracken Cave.
Bracken Cave can be found in Comal County, Texas, about 30 miles from San Antonio. The c[...]
Understandably, I don’t just concern myself with bat exclusion techniques, but seek to understand those furry fliers in all of their many facets. Knowing bats as well as I do is why I am an expert and innovator in the bat exclusion industry.
At Get Bats Out, we are very careful to not kill bats.
While we understand that you want bats out of your home, we do our best to make sure that they continue to live out their lives – just in a different location.
As bat lovers, we are v[...]