Author Archives: Elise

To the bat cave! US conservationists hope bunker can halt deadly fungus

One October evening, as an autumn chill descends with the darkening sky, a great cloud of bats will rise out of the woods at a pre-arranged signal and dive with their thousands of beating wings down a concrete shaft and … Continue reading

Posted in Articles, News, Uncategorized | Comments Off on To the bat cave! US conservationists hope bunker can halt deadly fungus

Invite Bats Into Your Garden

Invite Bats Into Your Garden

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Invite Bats Into Your Garden

Gone batty: Local roofer first in state to earn bat-friendly label

SANTA CRUZ — When Warren Knox and his crew at Knox Roofing open up a roof, it’s not unusual for them to find all manner of critters — raccoons, rats, bees and bats — to name a few. “We’ll shoo … Continue reading

Posted in Announcements, Articles | Comments Off on Gone batty: Local roofer first in state to earn bat-friendly label

Social Bats Pay a Price…

ScienceDaily (July 3, 2012) — The impact on bat populations of a deadly fungal disease known as white-nose syndrome may depend on how gregarious the bats are during hibernation. Species that hibernate in dense clusters even as their populations get smaller … Continue reading

Posted in Articles, News | Comments Off on Social Bats Pay a Price…

Congratulations Knox Roofing!

Congratulations to Knox Roofing on becoming the first business in California to receive the Bat-Friendly Business Certification. For information on how your business can earn the Bat-Friendly Business Certification, click here. Knox Roofing, one of the largest roofing companies in Santa Cruz County, completed … Continue reading

Posted in Announcements, Articles, News | Comments Off on Congratulations Knox Roofing!