Hollyober

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Date registered: July 8, 2013

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  1. Bats in a Building: What Can You Do? — March 18, 2018
  2. Local Bluebirds Have Started Nesting — March 17, 2017
  3. Your Christmas Tree Could Benefit Winter Wildlife — December 16, 2016
  4. Bats – Helpful, Not Harmful — October 22, 2016
  5. What can you do about a colony of bats in a building? — April 8, 2015

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Bats in a Building: What Can You Do?

All 13 species of bats that live in Florida sleep during the day and feed on insects throughout the night. Most of these bats sleep in natural structures such as trees and caves. But when the natural structures these bats prefer are limited or vandalized, the bats may move into buildings. Bats are a great …

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Local Bluebirds Have Started Nesting

Bluebirds are very energetic birds. If you enjoy watching wildlife in your yard, now is a fantastic time to put up a few bluebird houses. You might gain hours of entertainment watching all the hard work these small birds put into gathering materials to build nests and gather food to feed their chicks. March is …

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Your Christmas Tree Could Benefit Winter Wildlife

Americans purchased approximately 30 million live Christmas trees last year. If you plan to have a live tree this winter, and you’re wondering what you could do with your tree once it has finished its role as holiday decoration in your home, read below. Rather than simply dragging your tree to the curb for the …

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Bats – Helpful, Not Harmful

If you think you’d prefer a world without bats, we present to you three reasons to reconsider. Most negative stereotypes about bats are untrue. The reality is that bats benefit us in numerous ways. Here are a few facts that may convince you we should be thankful for bats rather than fearful of them.   …

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What can you do about a colony of bats in a building?

Bats typically sleep during the day in natural structures such as trees and caves. In areas with few natural roost structures, bats may instead choose to spend their days in buildings.   Bats are beneficial because each bat consumes hundreds of insects per night. Bats save farmers billions of dollars annually by substantially reducing the abundance …

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March is an ideal time to consider wild birds

Spring is a dynamic time for wildlife. If you enjoy watching nature, now is a fantastic time to get outdoors to see some interesting activity. March is also one of the best times of year to do some active management on your property to enhance the habitat you provide for wildlife. Because of its position …

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