Northern Long-eared Bats have brown fur (darker on their back than on their underside), long pointy ears and are 3-4 in long with a 9-10 in wingspan. They live in forests across Canada and in the eastern United States.
Northern Long-eared Bats roost under tree bark or in tree cavities and tend to be solitary. They fly through the forest understory hunting for moths, flies, and other insects. They are cold-tolerant, hibernating in narrow crevices near the mouth of caves or mines.
Did you know? The number of Northern Long-eared Bats has declined dramatically as they have been badly affected by white-nose syndrome.