Alaska Bat Problem
Alaska Bat Control

Alaska Bat Control, Alaska Bat Problem

Alaska is well known for their polar bears, penguins and glaciers. Not many think they can run into an Alaska bat problem. Many just think it is too cold for these guys to live in Alaska. For the most case this is true but many do not know how many bat control species actually are living in Alaska. Bats have over 1,000 different types of bat problem species that live across the globe. Well everywhere but Antarctica. There hasnít been a bat control species found in the extreme cold. But many of us need not make it up to that type of cold. In Alaska there are five different bat problem species that are present. These bat control species are little brown bat, long-legged myotis, California myotis, silver-haired bat and Keeníy myotis. With Alaska bat control there are few instances of these bats working themselves into peopleís homes. Unlike most regions Alaska allows these bats to stay in their natural habitat making our dwellings just as susceptible to bat problems as anywhere else in North America. In Alaska and throughout the world these bats give off a high-frequency sound that is inaudible to humans. This is done for two reasons, one to communicate and it is also part of their echolocation that allows bats to navigate around better at night while hunting and locating insects. Since humans cannot hear these sounds scientists have built a machine called the Anabat to listen to them. This machine slows down the high-frequency bat calls and then translates them into a digital frequency that we can hear. They can use this with normal audio cassette recorders. Scientists have been currently working on this process since 2004. The next step in the process is being built to tie directly into the computer. This will allow scientists to install a microphone attached directly to the computer. With this done the microphone picks up a frequency that will be translated and then digitized by the computer. This will allow the computer to identify it as bat activity. With this they are hoping to be able to tell the difference in each species. One of the current obstacles is the size and the power that these computers take up. This limits the time scientists can be out and how far the sensors can go. The future will bring this technology to a bat control professional making the computers smaller and to run on less power. Using this technology they hope to be able to track where many bats migrate during the winter months and who knows what else they can unearth.

Alaska Bat Control, and Alaska Bat Problem in this great state is available in these areas: Anchorage Borough, Bethel Census Area, Bristol Bay Borough, Dillingham Census Area, Fairbanks North Star Borough, Haines Borough, Juneau Borough, Kenai Peninsula Borough, Ketchikan Gateway Borough, Kodiak Island Borough, Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Nome Census Area, North Slope Borough, Prince of Wales-Outer Ketchikan Census Area, Sitka Borough, Skagway-Hoonah-Angoon Census Area, Southeast Fairbanks Census Area, Valdez-Cordova Census Area, Wade Hampton Census Area, Wrangell-Petersburg Census Area, Yakutat Borough, Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area.

Select the county that most applies and call the nearest Alaska bat control expert for your Alaska bat problem.

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