Some may ask, is there really a difference between the two? The answer is a firm YES, and we will show why we feel so strongly about this in the following blog.
Let’s tackle the first difference – SIZE.
Commercial bat removal[...] Read more
Scientists have identified at least 980 species of bats worldwide and 40 of them are found in the United States. A study to assess the importance of these bats to farmers has suggested that bats provide a service worth an estimated 1 billion do[...] Read more
Whether it’s a hospital, school, or office, you’re concerned about the health of your patients, children, and staff. Unfortunately, a bat infestation can prevent hospitals from providing care, schools, and offices from functioning and p[...] Read more
Four people in Oneonta were exposed to rabies when a bat was found in a room they were sleeping in. They were started on rabies post-exposure treatment while the bat was captured and sent for rabies testing, in line with guidance from the CDC. [...] 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
We’ve all heard the slogan, “the friendly airlines.” I’m not sure about you, but having a bat flying around the cabin of an airplane with me doesn’t constitute “friendly” skies.
A Spirit Airlines flight had exactly that happen thi[...] Read more
A rabid bat was found in the popular and busy Belmar neighborhood in Lakewood, Colorado as reported by the Jackson County Health Department on June 17, 2019. The rabid bat was found near the 700 block of South Reed Street.
Rabies is a disease t[...] Read more
What’s the worst that can happen? We’ve written about the many “worst case” scenarios a bat infestation presents. This one is remarkably stunning. The state of Alabama strongly recommends the parents of more than fifty children enrolled[...] Read more
We’ve seen it happen a lot. Employees get upset about a bat problem that isn’t being solved by management quickly enough.
What we tend to not think about, is that employees do have other courses of action they can take. So, what happens [...] Read more
Your Monday morning meeting just got interrupted by a frantic call from your employee. There was a bat in the workplace when they came in this morning. And they are freaked out.
How you handle this situation from this point forward is very im[...] Read more