The big eared townsend bat (Corynorhinus townsendii) swooping in for the kill. This bat is a medium-sized bat with extremely long, flexible ears (hence…Read More »
the name) and small yet noticeable lumps on each side of the snout. diet includes small moths, flies, lacewings, dung beetles, sawflies, and other small insects and is found throughout North America. Less «
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