Date: 1/23/18 7:09 am
From: Hugh McGuinness <hdmcguinness...>
Subject: Re: [MDBirding] Re: It flies
Red Bats also fly in winter on warm nights.

On Tue, Jan 23, 2018 at 7:40 AM, scott bates <fennecfox1947...>
wrote:

> On Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at 7:05:18 AM UTC-5, James Wilson wrote:
> > I stepped outside last evening about 5:30. 63 degrees and a bat was
> flying around the yard. My ID skills for bats are zero, but I know that it
> was a bat. If anyone can speculate on what species, I would appreciate
> it. Thanks.
> > Jim Wilson
> > Queenstown
>
> Never easy to ID bats on the wing. 80% chance it was a big brown bat.
> They are usually the only species in buildings this time of year. Wingspan
> (from tip-to-tip) can be 16 inches.
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