Bats & Flying Foxes
Bats and flying foxes are flying mammals whose forelimbs have evolved into wings enabling them to truly fly.
Megabats of the Granite Belt include:
Microbats of the Granite Belt include:
Key: (LC) - least concern, (C) - common, (E) - endangered, (V) - vulnerable
Reference: Richards G and Hall L, 2012, A Natural History of Australian Bats: Working the Night Shift, CSIRO Publishing - via Dr Carol Booth, Qld Conservation Council
Please click on the image above to download a copy of the "Key to Identifying Bats in SE QLD".
Please click on the image above to download a copy of the factsheet "Building a Microbat Nestbox".
Source: Tweed Valley Wildlife Carers