The evening bat is a small bat with dark brown fur, and black on its ears, wings, and tail. Evening bats have relatively short ears and a blunt tragus which separates them from other similar species. Evening bats also have a pungent odor.
Evening bats are have medium to fast, erratic flight patterns but will occasionally fly slow.
Moths, beetles, flies and flying ants.
Evening bats are listed as species of greatest conservation need in Maryland.
Echolocation Frequency: 35-75 kHz
Photo by: Dr. J. Scott Altenbach
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