|Little Brown Bat|
|Cat Name :||Bat|
|Common Name :||Little Brown Bat|
|Scientific Name :||Myotis lucifugus|
|Other Name(s) :|
|Physical Description :||
Little brown bats are small leathery winged creatures with fur that can range from dark gray-brown to pale golden brown to olive-yellow brown.
|Physical Statistics :||
Length: 2 – 4 Inches (60 – 102 Millimeters)
Little brown bats hibernate during the winter, and during the other seasons they roost during the day and hunt insects in the evening.
|Social Organization :||
Males and females who are not expecting or nursing young generally roost, in small groups or alone, away from the nursery roosts.
|Approval Level :||None; Little brown bats are fairly common and their presence does not indicate a specific environmental situation.|
|Kill Difficulty :||Low;
Little brown bats are small and lack any weaponry that would be harmful to cats.
|Training Level :||Specialty - Bat;
Little brown bats are nocturnal and spend lots of time in protected roosts or in the air.
|Hunting Tactic :||Bats|
|Food Quality :||Low; Little brown bats are small and their taste and nutritional value do not make up for the amount of energy put into catching them.|