Eastern Small-footed Bats have the smallest feet of all their closest relatives and like all bats use them to cling to rocks or trees when resting. But unlike all bats who always hang upside down, Eastern Small-footed bats spend the winter months hibernating horizontally, or on their bellies, on the floor of their home cave!
Unfortunately, our amazing little friend the Eastern Small-footed Bat is very rare; making it really difficult to learn more about them and their habitat to ensure they are around for a long time to come.
With your help, we’ll set up special machines called “song meters” to record bat calls and search bat roosting sites. Any bats we find will be set up with a transmitter so we can track them to learn where their habitat is. If we know where they live, we’ll be better able to protect them. Take action by starting a Bring Back the Wild Campaign to help Eastern Small-footed Bats - https://www.earthrangers.co...