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Colonial Cavity Roosting Bats Rafinesque’s Big-eared Bat Corynorhinus rafinesquii Southeastern Bat Myotis austroriparius Eastern Small-footed Myotis Myotis leibii



U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Beneficial Bats Backyard Habitat for Wildlife Bat Facts Bats, like humans are mammals. Bats are the only mammals that can fly.



WV DNR Wildlife Diversity Program- 304.637.0245 If you put up a bat house and have bats using it, please report your success to: Bat House Report



SPECIES LIST: MAMMALS WICHITA MOUNTAINS WILDLIFE REFUGE ORDER DIDELPHIMORPHIA Family Didelphidae (Opossums and allies) Opossum (Didelphis …



_____ Eastern Red Bat C Lasiurus borealis _____ Hoary Bat U Lasiurus cinereus _____ Evening Bat R Nycticeius humeralis _____ Rafinesque’s Big-eared Bat R



Fish (continued) Blackbanded darter (Percina nigrofasciata) Carolina madtom (Noturus furiosus) Carolina pygmy sunfish (Elassoma boehlkei) Carolina redhorse (Moxostoma ...



Checklist of Florida’s Mammals INTRODUCTION Florida has an interesting variety of mammals including terrestrial, freshwater, and marine species.



Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries Special Legal Status Faunal Species in Virginia _____ 1 FE=Federal Endangered; FT=Federal ...



PLANTS . Endangered (continued) Cypripedium reginae Showy Lady's Slipper . Cystopteris laurentiana Laurentian Fragile Fern . Dalea foliosa** Leafy Prairie Clover



A considerably smaller portion of forestland is in public ownership in the piedmont than in the Blue Ridge region. The U.S. Forest Service is the primary agent of



TEXAS THREATENED AND ENDANGERED SPECIES January 2003 ANIMALS In 1973 the Texas legislature authorized the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department to …



KEN TAYLOR, WILDLIFE IMAGES One of the most extensive swamp forests in North Carolina, Chowan Swamp, lies along the northeast shore of the Chowan River.



coastal plain subspecies of the Rafinesque’s big-eared bat, is state-listed as threatened, as are the bald eagle, Wehrle’s salamander and bigeye jumprock (a fish).





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