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Fite bridge bat colony

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6354 Nelson Rd, Pearland, TX 77584, USA

Fite bridge bat colony is a business providing services in the field of Museum, . The business is located in 6354 Nelson Rd, Pearland, TX 77584, USA. Their telephone number is +1 281-652-1600.
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Category: Museum, (Edit)
State: Texas
Address: 6354 Nelson Rd, Pearland, TX 77584, USA
Zip code: 77584
Phone: (281) 652-1600
Website: https://www.pearlandtx.gov/departments/parks-recreation/fite-road-bat-colony

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Fite bridge bat colony is located in Brazoria County of Texas state. On the street of Nelson Road and street number is 6354. To communicate or ask something with the place, the Phone number is (281) 652-1600. You can get more information from their website.
The coordinates that you can use in navigation applications to get to find Fite bridge bat colony quickly are 29.5523193 ,-95.3079709

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  • Dustin Konrad

    (August 15, 2019, 5:37 pm)

    The Bat Colony on Fite road is home to a colony of Mexican Free-tailed bats. Over ten thousand of them. They are known to roost in few places, but with huge numbers. While bats are an important part of our ecosystem (controlling insects and what-not) , and are usually not aggressive, a certain level of caution must be maintained. There are three things to watch out for that I have found

    1) Bats can have rabies, symptoms may include.
    a. Odd behavior separate from the rest of the colony
    b. Out in the daylight
    c. Not flying or not flying properly
    d. There also may be no symptoms, caution is a must. If you come in close contact with a bat and even had a slight chance of being bitten or scratched, you should seek medical attention immediately.

    2) Bat Guano (Feces) contains a fungus that can become airborne called Histoplasmosis (also affiliated with bird droppings) Most cases of exposure do not result in infection, however those with immune system conditions are more susceptible. Free tailed bats specifically are called “guano bats” because of the large amount of droppings they can produce.

    3) If there is a bug in your face, there is a possibility that the bat would really enjoy that bug in their face.

    Also I don’t understand the point of being able to rate something like this, that being said, Five Stars.

  • Ernest

    (July 5, 2019, 2:38 pm)


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