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The bats went down to Georgia

1_61_110206_battown2 Some beautiful historic homes in Americus, Georgia have been overrun by bats. Thankfully, many homeowners are finding relief by calling the resident Batman in town.

I learned while reading this article that bats are a protected species in Georgia and it's against the law to kill them. So if I had been living in Georgia and found four bats in my house on four separate occasions like I did last summer, I could have faced up to four years in jail and a $4000 fine. Insane.

November 2, 2006 in Pest horror stories | Permalink


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