The bat is sitting on a pine tree about 7 feet off the ground. It's about 3 inches long, it's head is down, its wings are folded under its body
O'Neill Ranch Master Plan Draft Environmental Impact Report, February 1995
Hoary bat captured in mist net at Broad Canyon Ranch, on the Rio Grande in Dona Ana Co., New Mexico, USA.
2 recorded and acoustically identified.
found dead on road
Hembra de Lasiurus cinereus con dos crías amamantando, fotografiada en Chascomús, provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina, el 15 de diciembre de 2012. Foto enviada a Mirta Carbajal
The hoary bat (Lasiurus cinereus) is a species of bat in the vesper bat family, Vespertilionidae. It occurs throughout most of North America and much of South America, with disjunct populations in the Galápagos Islands. The Hawaiian hoary bat (ssp. semotus), an endangered subspecies, is endemic to Hawaii.