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East Urban Home 'Little Brown Bat Pursues A Forest Moth' Photographic Print on Canvas Size:

Tripping the flight fantastic: Stunning images show agile bats hunting moths and drinking from pond

Figure 2: Townsend’s Big-eared bat catching an insect.

Batty for Bats!

Figure Townsend’s Big-eared bat catching an insect.

This is an amazing video (3 min.) about Peek-a-Boo & Edward.  It will change the way you think about bats forever.

This is an amazing video min.) about Peek-a-Boo & Edward. It will change the way you think about bats forever.

Little brown myotis (Myotis lucifugus)

Little brown myotis in flight - View amazing Little brown myotis photos - Myotis lucifugus - on Arkive

A Little Brown Bat in Flight Echolocating at Night, Myotis Lucifugus, North America  by Joe McDonald

A Little Brown Bat in Flight Echolocating at Night, Myotis Lucifugus, North America

A Little Brown Bat in Flight Echolocating at Night, Myotis Lucifugus, North America Photographic Print

Ever seen a pregnant bat in the wild? A pregnant female northern long-eared myotis (Myotis septentrionalis) photographed in the Cherokee National Forest, Tennessee.

Ever seen a pregnant bat in the wild? A pregnant female northern long-eared myotis (Myotis septentrionalis) photographed in the Cherokee National Forest, Tennessee.

Bats

The find of a lifetime: Let's save the panda bat instead of killing it for "scientific research"

The find of a lifetime: Bizarre 'panda bat' discovered in South Sudan

A new genus of bat discovered in South Sudan. It is so unique that a new genus needs to be created! Photo: DeeAnn Reeder, Bucknell University Associate Professor of Biology

Bats are voracious eaters of insects, keeping forests and croplands healthy.   Photo: Little brown bat courtesy of J. N. Stuart/Creative Commons.

The two most common bats found in Massachusetts and likely also on Nantucket are the little brown myotis and the big brown bat.

A western long-eared myotis (Myotis evotis) about to drink from a man-made guzzler. High-desert transition zone in the Deschutes National Forest, Oregon.

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