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Some fun facts about bats....

Bats are the only mammals that can fly.  They are also among the only mammals known to feed on blood, although there are only three species of bat that do so and they all live in Central and South America.

There are more than 900 species of bats in the world with some experts estimating the number to be much higher.  According to Bat Conservation International, bats make up one-fifth of the mammal population on Earth.


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Little Brown Bat flying.

Canadian Museum of Nature Diorama - Bat - 1

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The Little Brown Bat [Myotis lucifugus] is a species of the genus Myotis, meaning mouse-eared.  It is one of the most common bats of North America.

As indicated by its name, the Little Brown Bat is a dark brown colour.  The ears are short, rounded and black.  The overall body size ranges from 2.5 to 4 inches.  It weighs no more than half an ounce.  When its wings are outstretched, it can be up to 11 inches wide.

Did you know...

that bats sleep and groom themselves during the day?  They are active and hunting during the night.

Did you also know...

that bats can have a hibernation cycle that can last from four to six months!?


Bat Houses

Bats are unrivaled for controlling pests like mosquitoes.  70% of bat species are insectivores, feeding solely on insects.  In fact, some bats can catch more than 600 mosquitoes in an hour.  That's why people like having them around.  One way to attract them is to build them a house.

Bat houses are wide, tall and relatively flat.  They have a landing pad at the bottom and are fully open on the underside.


Wood bat house attached to pine tree.

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Wooden bat house on tree.

Bat House in tree - 2

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"If all the beasts 
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 men would die from 
a great loneliness 
of spirit, 
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to the beasts 
also happens to the man.  
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 letter to 
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