Peter's Ghost-faced Bat

Distinguishing Features:

They have large rounded ears that join at its forehead that makes their tiny eyes appear to be in their ears.

 

Mating season:

Winter

 

Birthing Season:

Summer

 

Number of Pups Born:

1

 

Litters Per Year:

1

 

Nursing Behavior:

Mothers all roost together to nurse their young in large groups of up to one-half million bats.

 

Behavior:

Colonized

Males and non-reproducing females use caves separate from those used by nursing females. They all roost 6-inches apart. These bats are strong fast flyers when they leave the roost, flying quickly to foraging sites along canyons and arroyos

 

Habitat:

Desert scrub areas with caves and mines, tropical forests, and riparian areas with mature cottonwood, sycamore, willow, and oak woodlands.

 

Migration:

They do not migrate

 

Hibernation:

They do not hibernate.

 

Diet:

Insectavores 

(Microchiroptera)

Primarily big moths

 

Life Span:

15-20

 

Fun facts:

Its presence is highly uncommon in its American habitat which consists of the south-west states.

It’s suggested that the ghost-faced bat is strangest looking bat in America!

 

 

“The Ghost Bat”

Diamondback Wildlife Control, LLC

520-561-1355

Service@diamondbackwildlife.com

P.O. Box 91934

Tucson, AZ 85752

AZ Game & fish License #sp645318

My Account

diamondback%20snake%202_edited.png

Keeping them Wild!

  • Next-door
  • HOME ADVISOR
  • Yelp Social Icon
  • Instagram
  • Facebook