Do Bats Migrate?
During the winter months, you may notice that you no longer see bats flying around in the evenings. You might wonder where they go – do bats migrate or hibernate? They do both! Some bats migrate great distances while othe[...] Read more
When Do Bats Come Out of Hibernation?
Back in the fall, we wrote about what to expect for Bat Hibernation in 2022. For the past winter months, bats across the US have been in their hibernation colonies, in a state of inactivity or torpor. Now, [...] Read more
Bats Seen Falling to the Ground in Central Park
During the last month, bats have been falling to the ground in Central Park. As a result, the Park Department is asking visitors to be on the lookout and alert park rangers if they find a bat on t[...] Read more
Your Cat Caught a Bat! What Should You Do?
If you have a cat that likes the outside world, you likely have had to deal with it bringing you “gifts” from time to time. It is thought that when cats bring us dead things, they view us as family[...] Read more
Bat Hibernation 2022 – What to expect?
Would you like to hibernate for the winter? Bat hibernation lasts from late fall until springtime. Across the US, bats have been preparing over the last couple of months by seeking their hibernation [...] Read more
Are Bats Blind?
We’ve probably all heard the expression “as blind as a bat.” But have you ever stopped to think whether bat eyesight is really that bad? Are Bats Blind?
The short answer is no. Bats are not blind. Most bats can see ade[...] Read more
For the first time in U.S. history,
a BAT FALCON has been seen
in the state of Texas A Bat Falcon has been seen for the first time in the U.S.!
Bird lovers visiting the Santa Ana National Park, Texas, in December 2021, were excited[...] Read more
New Zealand Bird of the year is…. A BAT!
In a comical turn of events for all New Zealand bird lovers, the forest and bird department of New Zealand has officially named the Pekapeka-tou-roa, or long-tailed bat, their bird of the year. [...] Read more
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