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3 Reasons You Might Spot a Bat During the Daytime

Bats are fascinating mammals, in part because they are the only mammals capable of true flight. They are also highly beneficial to our surrounding Eco-systems and provide us hidden advantages many are unaware of; like how they consume more than … Continue reading

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How Do Mother Bats Find their Baby Bats in the Dark?

When it comes to explaining how mother bats find and locate their young in the dark, in of a colony of hundreds of baby bats, we must first discuss the process of echolocation. Echolocation is a sonar system that nocturnal … Continue reading

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How to Protect your Home from Bat Intrusion and Infestation

A bat infestation within your home can be harmful in many ways. Not only can your family be at risk of bat bites, diseases, and encounters; the structural integrity of your house is also vulnerable. Bat droppings, nesting, breeding, feeding, … Continue reading

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Varieties of Bat Species Found in Indiana

There are twelve known species of bat commonly found in the state of Indiana. Among these twelve bat species, three categories can be defined; separating the species into smaller and more specific classifications. In this blog, we will explore a … Continue reading

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The Difference Between Megabats and Microbats

There are several thousand bat species in the world; however, all bat species can be classified into one of two suborders, mega or micro bats. Many people are unaware that there are bats that do not use echolocation; or would … Continue reading

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Five Steps to Catching a Bat in the House

If a bat finds its way into your home, it is important to know what to do. Removing a bat on your own can be risky, so be sure to use extreme precaution if you insist on getting rid of … Continue reading

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How Did Bats Get into My House?

One of the most common questions that come around after homeowners discover a bat infestation is how they got inside to begin with. Bats are actually intelligent creatures with keen survival skills and instincts. If they fear the cold or … Continue reading

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How Do Bats See at Night?

Bats are nocturnal mammals. This means they are active at night, and sleep through the day. They are known to live in caves, hollow trees, and other dark hidden areas in nature. In residential neighborhoods, bats are known to infest … Continue reading

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How to Tell the Difference between Bed Bugs and Bat Mites

Most moms have seen it all in the insect department; spider bites, mosquitoes, and even lice. Rarely does anyone ever talk about bat mites. If you have heard of bed bugs, then you already have an idea of what bat … Continue reading

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The Facts about Bat Guano and Histoplasmosis

Bat guano is more commonly known as bat droppings, which refer to their fecal discharges. Bat guano, in other cultures, is a dominant natural resource used for fertilizer and other agricultural commodities. It even has a history as an ingredient … Continue reading

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