Last year, during routine bat monitoring, a team in New Jersey discovered big brown bats that had engorged ticks on them. This unusual occurrence prompted them to collect the ticks and send their findings to the NJ Dept of Health and Rutgers[...] 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
During the 2017 hurricane season, there was a casualty to the bat world. Perky’s Tower has stood at the end of an unmarked dirt road on the Sugarloaf Key off Florida since the 1920’s. It has weathered dozens of hurricane’s before finally [...] Read more
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[...] Read more
We’ve all heard the tales of terror… Bats that will suck your blood as you peacefully sleep. Vampire Bats!
The reality is that in the entire world, there are only three species (out of over 1,300 known species) of bats considered to be [...] Read more
As a nationwide expert bat removal company, we have to meet stringent requirements from the federal level and from individual states in order to do our work. Texas is one of a few states that have more requirements than most and has many featur[...] Read more