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GHOST-FACED BAT

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Wildlife Trivia
Starting Week of 10/4/21

GHOST-FACED BAT

 

Peter's ghost-faced bat (Mormoops meglaophylla) is a medium sized bat that is reddish or reddish-brown in color. They probably get their name from their unusual looking face. Their large ears are rounded and join at their for head. This makes their small eyes look like they are actually in their ears. They also have leaf-like skin flaps protruding from their chin.

Ghost-faced bats live where winters are not very cold. They appear to remain active year-round, neither hibernating nor migrating.

Their range extends form southern New Mexico, Texas and Arizona, through most of Mexico and extending into Central America.

Currently ghost-faced bats are listed as a species of least concern and receive no special federal status.

Ghost-faced bats are typically found in desert scrub habitat roosting in caves, abandoned mines, tunnels and old buildings.

Their weight ranges from 0.45-0.70 ounces (12.75-19.8 gm). Their wingspan is 14-15 inches (35.5-38.0 cm). in number.

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What does the Ghost-Faces Bat eat? 

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