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Denial of re-entry (batproofing) through structural modification is widely accepted as the most effective and ecologically sound method for eliminating commensal bats from structures. Such methods… (More)
Since anticoagulant rodenticide resistance was first discovered in the United States in 1971, it has become apparent that the phenomenon is widespread. In cooperation with the Center for Disease… (More)
Author(s): Frantz, Stephen C.; Madigan, Constance Padula | Abstract: Roughly 50 years ago, the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation developed warfarin, the first anticoagulant rodenticide. This… (More)
This paper reviews the basic concepts behind a comprehensive management approach to managing commensal species, and then considers how this approach is applied to bats that live within and about the… (More)
Exclusion Polypropylene netting checkvalves simplify getting bats out. Quality bat-proofing permanently excludes bats. Initiate control before young are born or after they are able to fly.