We have been having bat "problems" around our home the last few weeks and in searching for a solution, I came across this article written by Lee Stribling, retired professor of Zoology at Auburn University.  It helped me understand more about bats, what to do (and not to do), and thought it was worth passing on to others. Bats are among the most misunderstood animals.  Because they are secretive and active only at night, bats are often feared and needlessly killed.  Contrary to common myths, bats are neither blind nor dirty. They do not get … [Read more...]