Getting Rid of Bats from Charlotte, NC Attic
An integral part of permanently getting rid of bats from an attic in Charlotte, North Carolina is to seal up every gap. In this clip we are using 100 percent pure silicone to exclude bats from the roof returns, gable rises and roof-line junctions. If you pay close attention you can get some good tips on how to measure a gable vent before installing the hardware cloth. For all of your bat removal needs you can contact us by email email@example.com or by phone 704-777-8003. Also please check us out on the web at batcontrolcharlotte.com or www.generalpestco.com.
Baby Bat Burritos
These little flying foxes are new arrivals to the Australian Bat Clinic after an extreme heat event separated them from their mothers. Learn more about the bat clinic here: www.australianbatclinic.com.au https://www.facebook.com/pages/Australian-Bat-Clinic-Wildlife-Trauma-Centre /242483795809816 MEDIA: Images available for download on dropbox https://www.dropbox.com/sh/2nrjsxpkkmwe438/AACCufyrXexAFzgnCocgDlUqa?dl=0 Subscribe to Wakaleo: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmqLYV9TlG4L-F4bVWJQyDw?sub_confirmation=1 Flying fox colonies are under pressure in Australia due to loss of habitat, a negative public perception and extreme heat events that have wiped out entire colonies. The Australian Bat Clinic and many other wildlife groups in eastern Australia are currently inundated with baby bats that have been rescued following the latest tragedy which saw thousands of bats lose their lives due to the heat. When a bat mother dies, often their young are still attached and will not survive without the right care. Bat carers play a vital role in not only retrieving suffering bats, but rehabilitating them until they can be released back into the wild. When baby bats first enter rehabilitation it can be traumatising for them as they have just been separated from their mothers to which they have formed strong bonds. Bat carers have to ensure that the baby bats not only are well fed, but that they are nurtured and feel safe in their temporary new home. Providing affection to the bats is a necessity. The teats represent their mother’s nipple, and this makes them feel more comfortable, as does the security of the blankets which they are often snugly wrapped in. The bats will remain at the Australian Bat Clinic until they are old enough to be released. If you love bats, consider donating! The Australian Bat Clinic spends a small fortune on food, laundry and medical equipment to keep these animals alive. Can you help? http://australianbatclinic.com.au/?page_id=188 Remember, only registered bat carers should ever touch bats. If you see a bat in trouble, call an expert or dial 1800 ANIMAL (Australia) Wakaleo is on Facebook & Twitter! Come and say hello! https://www.facebook.com/WakaleoAnimalChannel?ref=hl https://twitter.com/Wakaleo_Channel Want more vids from WAKALEO? Support us on Patreon! http://www.patreon.com/wakaleo Music: 'warm summer' by pinkzebra Created by Adam Cox https://twitter.com/AdamCox17
World's Weirdest - Vampire Bats
World's Weirdest: Freaks of the Sky : SUN OCT 14 at 4P et/pt : http://animals.nationalgeographic.com When it comes to feeding, this thumb-sized bat definitely sides with Dracula. Vampire bats are the only mammals on an all-blood diet — and an unsuspecting cow is the perfect prey. Vampire Bat Animal Profile http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/common-vampire-bat/
Meet the World's Biggest Bat
With their giant wingspans, flying foxes are the world's biggest bats. Australia's black flying foxes are a prime example, with wingspans up to six feet (two meters)!