Bats And Rabies.

Bats are a beneficial species. They are an important part of any local ecosystem, with some species eating significant numbers of potential agricultural pests such as beetles and moths. Mosquitoes represent a meager meal for most bat species, since mosquitoes prefer cover and are not readily available for hunting bats. While the conservation message is a good one, bats are a protected species in Michigan, bats can carry rabies and are a significant source of potential rabies exposure in humans. With human rabies cases being rare in the U.S., with an average of 2-3 cases documented each year, the vast majority of these cases in recent years have been caused by rabies associated with bats. It

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