SILVER-HAIRED BAT

INTRODUCTION 

The silver-haired bat (Laisonycteris noctivigans) is an uncommon migratory bat. In summer it roosts in hollow trees, loose bark or in bark furrows. It feeds primarily in fairly open habitats. Listed as a Species of Greatest Conservation Need in one or more of the states in BCR 14.

HABITAT NEEDS 

This bat feeds in open coniferous or mixed-wood forest types, over hardwood clearcuts and over open water (ponds and larger streams). It roosts primarily in ash, maple or willow forest types.

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION