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Evening

Scientific Name: Nycticeius humeralis

Photo by David Arbour

Description: The Evening Bat (Nycticeius humeralis) has dark brown fur, with a light belly. It’s approximate length is 87 mm and average weight is 5-10 grams.

Distribution: Map of Evening Bats in Texas

About the Evening Bat: This bat has been found in a variety of roosts, from buildings to trees to rock crevices. They are classified as a tree-roosting species. Females give birth to one to three pups.

Status: Least Concern
For more information go to the IUCN Red List Website for the Evening Bat

For more information on the Evening Bat go to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Evening Bat Fact Sheet

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