Los Angeles County officials are reporting 33 rabid bats have been found in Los Angeles County, of which 25 were in Santa Clarita. The report was last updated Dec. 11, 2017.
The report concluded 29 bats were found at homes, one at a school, two were found at businesses and one found in a park.
The number of rabid bats in Los Angeles County has grown by 50 percent from July 18, when there were 12 reported for the year to the current count of 18.
Of those, 12 were reported in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Los Angeles County Public Health officials and local veterinarians remind residents about the...
Twenty-eight rabid bats have been found in Los Angeles County, with eight of them being found in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Of note, there appear to be three areas of geographic clustering of rabid bats:
Eleven rabid bats have been found in an area just north of Downtown Los Angeles, with some being found...
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