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What is the Largest Microbat in the United States?

There are two primary orders of bats in the world: Microchiroptera and Megachiroptera. Megachiroptera bat species are mostly native to tropical regions of the world. They are large in size, have large visual cortex, and feed on nectar and pollen … Continue reading

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Watch Out for Bats if You Have a Tile Roof

This time of year, bats are looking for dark and cozy places to call home for the season. Although common bat habitats generally include hollowed trees, abandoned mines, caves, rock crevices, and similar areas in nature, they sometimes choose our … Continue reading

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Top 10 Most Fascinating Facts About Bats

It really is a shame that bats have such a bad reputation. Sure they can look a little intimidating, pose several health and safety risks, and even be a nuisance to homeowners; but bats are not the spooky, creepy animals … Continue reading

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How to Make Non-Toxic Bat Repellent Spray

Bats are incredibly important to our surrounding eco-system, but they can also be a nuisance to property owners. If bats are doing more harm than good around your place, it could be helpful to apply a repellent to keep them … Continue reading

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Why We Love Bats

Bats are one of the most amazing mammals in the world! For instance; did you know that bats are the ONLY mammal on the entire planet that can fly? Sure, there are “flying” squirrels and other mammals that mimic flying; … Continue reading

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Best Places to See Flying Bat Colonies in the U.S.

If you are planning a road trip, you might want to add a couple stops to the itinerary if your family is interested in seeing a glorious, natural phenomenon! Witnessing a colony of bats exit their natural habitat by the … Continue reading

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How to Get Rid of Bats at Church

We aren’t referring to sermons or scriptures; bat infestations are a common occurrence in churches for several reasons. Continue reading to learn how to get rid of bats at church, starting with who to call for trusted abatement services near … Continue reading

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Why Choose Twilight Bat Removal?

When you want prompt and professional bat removal service at a price you can afford, Twilight Bat Removal is the first and only call you need to make! Trust us for quality customer support, lasting results, and competitive prices. Continue … Continue reading

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Threatened Bat Species in Michigan

There are several species of bat that are common to the Michigan state, from Big and Little brown bats, to Evening bats, Northern Long-Eared bats, Indiana bats, Hoary bats, Tri-Colored bats, Silvered-Haired bats, and more. Of these common bat species, … Continue reading

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Do I Have Birds or Bats in the Attic?

Often times, homeowners think they have a flock of birds living in their attic, when in fact, it turns out to be bats. This is understandable since a bird infestation can closely mimic a bat infestation. If you are not … Continue reading

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