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www.batsnorthwest.org/basic_bat_FAQs.html

There are about fifteen species of bats found in Washington. These are the: Big Brown Bat, Western Pipistrelle, Silver-haired Bat, Spotted Bat, Townsend's Big-eared Bat, Pallid Bat, Hoary Bat, and seven Myotis or mouse-eared bats including the Little Brown Myotis, Yuma Myotis, California Myotis, Keen's Myotis, Long-eared Myotis, Long-legged ...

www.batsnorthwest.org/helping_bats.html

The following species are listed by one or both: Keen's Myotis, Long-eared Myotis, Long-legged Myotis, and the Townsend's Big-eared Bat from western Washington. From the eastern part of the state the Fringed Myotis, Small-footed Myotis, Western Pipistrelle, Spotted Bat and Pallid Bat.

wdfw.wa.gov/species-habitats/diseases/bat-white-nose

Little brown bat found in western Washington in March 2016. The fungus damaged the bat’s wings making it unable to fly.Progressive Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) White-nose syndrome has killed millions of bats in eastern North America since 2006. Washington's first case of the disease was confirmed in March 2016 near North Bend in King County.

batsaboutourtown.com/pages/Links.htm

www.batsnorthwest.org - Bats Northwest, headquartered in Seattle, also shared photos and text with this website. Their website focuses on bats in Western Washington State and includes lesson plans for educators. Events include regular bat viewing walks at Green Lake from June through September and classes about bats.

wdfw.wa.gov/publications/01504

Washington is home to 15 bat species: the big brown bat, California myotis, canyon bat, fringed myotis, hoary bat, Keen’s myotis, little brown myotis, long-legged myotis, pallid bat, silver-haired bat, spotted bat, Townsend’s big-eared bat, western long-eared myotis, western small-footed myotis, and Yuma myotis.

happyvalleybats.org

Happy Valley Bats is dedicated to saving bats by providing rescue in Washington State. Our rescue center is located north of Seattle in the Puget Sound region of the Pacific Northwest. Several Myotis species live in this region as well as the Big Brown bat, the Silver Haired bat, the Hoary bat, and Townsend’s Big-eared bat.

www.bentler.us/eastern-washington/animals/mammals/bats/mouse-eared...

Western small-footed myotis bats have a black face mask that extends all the way to the ears. Distribution. Mouse-eared bat species range from Mexico to Alaska, with some myotis species living in every part of Washington State. Bats are among the least studied animals in the state.

www.doh.wa.gov/YouandYourFamily/IllnessandDisease/Rabies

In Washington, there have been two cases of human rabies identified during the last 25 years. In 1995, a four-year-old child died of rabies four weeks after a bat was found in her bedroom; and in 1997, a 64-year-old man was diagnosed with rabies. These two Washington residents were infected with bat rabies virus.

wwuvikings.com/cumestats.aspx?path=softball

The official 2019 Softball cumulative statistics for the Western Washington University Vikings

animalevictor.com

Bat Removal. When it comes to finding the smallest most discreet bat entry points our bat removal experts are the best in western Washington. Bats can enter thru holes the size of a pea making identifying entry points difficult for homeowners. our bat removal specialists are licensed to get rid of bats and remove bats humanely from your home and repair any damages caused by the bats during ...