Little Brown Bat
Small, hairy bat with webbed wings and claws; pointed snout
Brown with a grayish underbelly
Wingspan of 8-11 inches with a weight of 0.2-0.5 ounces
They live in a variety of environments but they tend to roost in buildings or trees
The little brown bat sleeps on average almost 20 hours a day
About The Little Brown Bat
Little Brown Bats are one of the most common species of bats in North America. They can usually be found asleep in their roosts, outside of the 4 or 5 hours per evening when they go hunting. They are insectivores, meaning they make their diet almost exclusively off of hunting insects.
Little Brown Bat Control
Little Brown Bats can become pests when they choose to roost in human dwellings. They can damage buildings and sometimes need to be relocated. Because bats can carry diseases, you should always contact a professional to help in the removal of the little brown bats.