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Wahlberg's epauletted fruit bat Every once in a while I get a call from a concerned resident enquiring about bats on their property, usually wanting to get "rid" of them. This morning I got a phone call from an elderly lady on the Bluff, who had a bat on the eves right outside her bedroom window. I went out to have a look and give some advice, after which she was quite happy to leave the bat be. She wanted to know how to keep it away humanely as she was under the impression that bats carry disease. Bats do not carry any disease that's easily transmitted to human by just being in close proximity to them. The only way you may pick up a disease from them is if you are them or their farces raw. There is a very very slim chance of a bat having a lyssavirus, but you would need to be bitten to be infected, and you would have to handle the bat physically for that to happen (which people shouldn’t do unless trained and vaccinated). There are so...See more

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Thông tin thú vị ! ******* FB Tom Furlong is in Havre de Grace, Maryland 9 May 2020 This fawn was on our porch in Havre de Grace and I thought it’s mom had died... called animal control and they said what this article says:::wish I’d known before I made baby venison steaks...( sorry, kidding)... Dear Friends, we just received our first phone call regarding newborn fawns, therefore it is the time of the year to post this. Deer deliver their newborns in the strangest of places! Residents will find them and be concerned about a newborn deer on their lawn, in their garden, under the azaleas, etc. Most call because they think the fawn is in peril and Mom is nowhere to be found. Well, Mom is actually off feeding and helping to keep predators away. Those who call ask what they should do for the fawn ... Leave it alone, do not touch, move or attempt to feed it. Here's the scoop. Deer are NOT like horses. They do not have their legs under...See more

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