[Tweeters] Not a bird ...

Rick Tyler rhtyler at gmail.com
Tue Jun 27 13:50:15 PDT 2017


The bat hung around until evening, but by 10pm it was gone. Here is a link
to a picture: https://www.flickr.com/gp/rtyler78/j7k7vP

Thanks for all the messages and information. Fortunately, it looks like
this little guy was just trying to find somewhere at least partially
covered to spend his afternoon.

Rick Tyler

On Sun, Jun 25, 2017 at 5:15 PM, Jc dipper <dipper2c at gmail.com> wrote:

> batcon.org resources will help.


> http://www.batcon.org/resources/media-education/species-profiles


> Bat Conservation International.

> Check the videos, also.


> As for relevancy to a bird list, these fellow insect-eaters and

> pollinators are valued enough that Central Texans contributed funds to save

> the Bracken property around the cave from housing development.


> The Nature Conservancy lands are monitored for endangered nesting

> Golden-cheeked Warblers. I helped survey the Bracken property several

> years, seeing a diversity of bird species, including Merlin, Red-tailed

> Hawk, and Barred and Great-horned Owl at bats' emergence.



> Julie Crouch

> Central Texas

> near Bracken


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Rick Tyler

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