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LEOPOLD
WILDLIFE
OBSERVATION
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ALDO LEOPOLD
WILDLIFE
OBSERVATION

BENCHES
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BATS

DIVE IN WITH

MUNCIE'S

MICROBATS

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keep your eyes open for evening bats (Nycticeius humeralis) after dusk!

Nycticeius humeralis

STATE ENDANGERED

EVENING BAT
Nycticeius humeralis


CHARACTERISTICS
​Length = 3 inches (average)
Weight
= 5 - 14 grams
Wingspan
= 10 - 11 inches
Lifespan
= 2 years (average)
Fur
= dark brown
Tragus
= short & rounded
Calcar
= no keel
Other
= black ears; only 2 upper incisors; strong odor

   
ROOSTING HABITS (MIGRATORY)
Summer = trees (cavities/crevices; loose bark; leaf litter); buildings
Winter
= migrates south
Size
= small to large groups
   
This species will use a bat house.

STATE ENDANGERED

EVENING BAT Nycticeius humeralis


CHARACTERISTICS
​Length = 3 inches (average)
Weight
= 5 - 14 grams
Wingspan
= 10 - 11 inches
Lifespan
= 2 years (average)
Fur
= dark brown
Tragus
= short & rounded
Calcar
= no keel
Other
= black ears; only 2 upper incisors; strong odor


ROOSTING HABITS (MIGRATORY)
Summer = trees (cavities/crevices; loose bark; leaf litter); buildings
Winter = migrates south
Size = small to large groups

     
This species will use a bat house.