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North American Mammals - Bats



Pallid Bat
(Antrozous pallidus)
Pallid Bat
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Mexican Long-tongued Bat
(Choeronycteris mexicana)
Mexican Long-tongued Bat
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Townsend's Big-eared Bat
(Corynorhinus townsendii)
Townsend's Big-eared Bat
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Big Brown Bat
(Eptesicus fuscus)
Big Brown Bat
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Silver-haired Bat
(Lasionycteris noctivagans)
Silver-haired Bat
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Western Red Bat
(Lasiurus blossevillii)
Western Red Bat
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Red Bat
(Lasiurus borealis)
Red Bat
Red bats are medium sized bats with reddish to yellow-red fur with frosted appearance. This frosted look is because the hairs are white at the tips. Males are redder in color than females. Red bats are beneficial to people and the environment as... Read more >
Hoary Bat
(Lasiurus cinereus)
Hoary Bat
Hoary Bats are about the size of a mouse. They have rounded noses and small, beady eyes. The ears are yellow with black edges, and rounded in shape. The fur is brown-gray with a heavy white tinge, giving these bats a hoary (or frosted) appearance.... Read more >
California Leaf-nosed Bat
(Macrotus californicus)
California Leaf-nosed Bat
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Southwestern Myotis
(Myotis auriculus)
Southwestern Myotis
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California Myotis
(Myotis californicus)
California Myotis
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Gray Myotis
(Myotis grisescens)
Gray Myotis
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Little Brown Bat
(Myotis lucifugus)
Little Brown Bat
The Little Brown Bat varies in color from dark brown, golden brown, reddish, to olive brown. The chest and belly is lighter. The wing membranes are dark brown or black with little or no hair. They have small ears. The hind feet are large and hairy. Read more >
Northern Long-eared Myotis
(Myotis septentrionalis)
Northern Long-eared Myotis
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Indiana Bat
(Myotis sodalis)
Indiana Bat
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Evening Bat
(Nycticeius humeralis)
Evening Bat
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Tri-colored Bat
(Pipistrellus subflavus)
Tri-colored Bat
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Brazilian Free-tailed Bat
(Tadarida brasiliensis)
Brazilian Free-tailed Bat
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