The Hidden Danger of Bat Guano
Ask nearly anyone, and you’ll hear that bats (although beneficial in insect control) can be dangerous because they carry rabies. But a lesser known danger, and one that is not as easy to avoid, is histoplasmosis. [...] Read more
Occasionally, when we are doing a bat removal project, we will pull in helpers and safety personnel. These employees typically don’t have any experience in bat removal, but are people we see tremendous potential in.
Peter Long happens to be [...] Read more
While it was an anticipated problem, Houston bats living in Waugh Bridge have been decimated by Hurricane Harvey much more than was forecasted.
Many saw the dramatic video of rescuers pulling bats trapped by flood waters from under the Waugh Br[...] Read more
So far in 2017, there have been seven hurricanes in total, and 13 named storms. The hurricane season in the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico has been classified as “extremely active” by the definitions used by the National Hurricane [...] Read more
It isn’t often that we discuss issues with bats from outside of the United States. We mean no offense to those that don’t live here, we just think it’s important to focus on the areas we service.
I recently stumbled upon an article about[...] Read more
Woodpeckers are some of the most destructive creatures on the planet. In my humble opinion, of course. They serve their purpose in nature, but wreak havoc on homes and buildings.
We go out on many, many service calls where bats have gotten bac[...] Read more
As a professional bat removal company, we get a lot of questions about rabies vaccinations. When does your dog or cat need them? The short answer is, rabies vaccinations vary from state to state.
We’ve heard a lot of sad stories about our custo[...] Read more
We live in a very technological world these days. Parents are much more likely to whip out a smart phone and take a video of a bat infestation in schools and send it to the evening news than they are to call the school administration.
Seeing yo[...] Read more
Look, it’s gross. We know this. We don’t like looking at it, we’re forced to. So why do a whole blog dedicated to pictures of bat guano? Because you asked for it and we aim to please.
We’ve seen a lot of guano over the l[...] Read more
If you don’t know about White Nose Syndrome, you haven’t been reading our blog. And that’s ok, we know not everyone is as fanatical about bats as we are.
Hibernating little brown bat with white muzzle typical of White-nose syndrome. Loca[...] Read more