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What Every Providence Homeowner Should Know About Bats

DATE POSTED: September 19, 2019

Have you seen bats flying around your home in Providence? Have you heard squeaking and scratching noises that sound like they are coming from your attic or possibly from behind your walls? Did you smell urine on hot days this summer? If you answered yes to any of those questions, there’s a chance that you've got a bat infestation.

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Why Call A Professional For Bat Problems Around Portland

DATE POSTED: March 15, 2019

When winter comes around, the pests that are trying to evade the cold weather in South Portland become a problem. While winter pests typically invade while the weather is cold outside, they don’t always choose to leave once the weather has warmed up again, and this can be a cause for many more problems as the year progresses. Bats are among the pests that invade during the winter. When it…

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Problems Bats Cause In South Portland Homes

DATE POSTED: November 28, 2018

Bats are a common threat in the fall in the greater-Portland area. At dusk, you may see them flying overhead and swooping down to grab a tasty meal of mosquitoes and other backyard bugs. For this reason, they can seem kind of helpful. However, they can get inside your home and cause danger to your family and problems to your home.

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Why Bats Invade New England Homes

DATE POSTED: September 11, 2018

If bats tend to give you the heebie-jeebies, you’re not alone. Their nearly silent flutter is known to jump many people as they swoop by so unexpectedly. Bats can be pretty scary, but did you know that they actually play very important roles in our ecosystem?

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Is It Possible To Tell If A Bat Is Rabid?

DATE POSTED: September 8, 2017

Bats can carry rabies. This is the case with most mammals. But did you know that bats are the most common rabies vector species in North America? That is, most of the documented cases of rabies transmission in the U.S. from approximately 1957 to 2007 were due to infection by bats. Although the number is low, it is actually higher than cases of rabies transmitted by raccoons, skunks or even dogs.

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Damage Bats Can Cause

DATE POSTED: August 4, 2017

In the evening hours, just around dusk, it is quite common to see bats swooping over pools, ponds, and backyards as they hunt for their evening meal. If you are sitting in your Rhode Island, Massachusetts, or Connecticut backyard the species of bat you are most likely seeing swoop around your backyard is the little brown bat. The little brown bat’s name is very descriptive; they are a small…

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