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Facts about bats in Louisiana

specifically the New Orleans area to include Covington, Mandeville, Hammond and Slidell on down to Houma and you can’t get that much further south on land than that!

While we have many other species, these two seem to cause the most trouble for homeowners and local businesses. The reason for that is that these two are colonists - they like to hang out in a crowd! Yes, we have bats in the French Quarter too!

Free-tailed bat

Little Brown bat

Other bats that they say we have are as follows:

If your REALLY serious about learning about our local bats there are two websites that really deliver on the best information and no it isn’t wikipedia, in fact I think as far as bats go they are terrible and basically just copy and paste from the real information sources.

So number one: www.batcon.org

And the second one might be a bit tough to navigate so I put together this search for you which should result in bunch of information about bats, if it doesn’t you will have to dig but the amount of information is outstanding once you can get to it!

Explorer.Natureserve.org