Appeared to be dying . Found next to Redwood Creek in a Coast Redwood grove .
Acoustic surveys using an AR125 receiver on the Rich Lake Trail and in the parking lots.
un individuo descansando en las ramas de un paraíso (Melia azedarach) observado a las 8.30 am, a poco de abrirse el acceso a la reserva
March 28-29, 2014. BioBlitz 2014, Golden Gate National Parks, Marin County, CA. Muir Woods, Cathedral Grove Redwood, middle placement. 37 54’ 39.6” N 122 34’ 33.6” W. Equipment: D500x with external microphone mounted on pole resting on branches at 61.5 m above round. Microphone listening at horizontal into open airspace between trees on streamside of grove.
Conditions: 55F, calm, partly cloudy at start. Rain began 06:00 3.29.14.
Contacts: Joseph M. Szewczak and Leila S. Harris
Analysis using SonoBat software with manual confirmation.
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.