gambler wrote:Little brown bats hibernate in clusters during the winter months, though little is known on hibernation locations in New Hampshire. Caves or mines are preferred but large tree cavities with favorable microclimates may be used. In order to minimize evaporative losses the humidity in these hibernation areas must be high, preferably over 90%. A constant temperature of 40 degrees F is desirable for hibernation.
I was unsure also so I looked it up.
Strange.....until I got rid of my shutters 2 years back, we had them fly'n mice living there all year.
BK, I've one of those as well, (not fat) but Batty