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Range in Washington: East of Cascades
habitat: Cliffs and caves.
identification: Large; beige above, white below; big ears. Total length: 10-13 cm; tail: 4-5 cm; mass: 28-37 g.
Range in Washington: Statewide.
identification: Large ears; pale gray or brown above, buff below. Total length: 9-11 cm; tail: 4-5 cm; mass: 9-12 g.
conservation: State Candidate; Federal Species of Concern.
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habitat: Wooded areas.
identification: Large; brown above with paler belly. Total length: 10-13 cm; tail: 4-5 cm; mass: 13-18 g.
Range in Washington: East of Cascades.
habitat: Cliffs and canyons.
identification: Black above with three large, white spots on back; large ears. Total length: 10-12 cm; tail: 4.5-5 cm.
habitat: Forested areas.
identification: Nearly black with silvery-tipped hairs on back. Total length: 9-11 cm; tail: 4-5 cm; mass: 9-15 g.
identification: Light brown above; throat buff; tips of hair frosted white. Total length: 10-15 cm; tail: 4-7 cm; mass: 20-35 g.
identification: Brown with orangish cast above, paler below. Total length: 7-9 cm; tail: 3-4 cm.
habitat: Rocky areas.
identification: Tan to golden brown above, buff to nearly white below; black ears and mask. Total length: 7-8 cm; tail: 3-4 cm; mass: 6-9 g.
identification: Light brown; ears dark and longer than in any other myotis. Total length: 8-10 cm; tail: 4-5 cm.
Range in Washington: Olympic Peninsula.
habitat: Densely forested areas.
identification: Brown above; belly paler and slightly yellowish. Total length: 8-9 cm; tail: 4-5 cm; mass: 5-10 g.
conservation: State Candidate
diet: Small insects.
identification: Glossy brown above, buff below. Total length: 80-93 mm; tail: 30-40 mm; mass: 4-14 g.
Range in Washington: Eastern Washington.
identification: Reddish-brown above; fringe of hairs on back edge of wing membrane. Total length: 8-10 cm; tail: 3-4 cm.
habitat: Found near water.
identification: Lighter below; throat sometimes whitish. Total length: 85-100 mm; tail: 30-45 mm; mass: 5-7 g.
Range in Washington: Columbia Basin.
habitat: Near water.
identification: Smallest bat in the U.S.; light yellow to reddish-brown above, whitish below. Total length: 6-9 cm; tail: 2-3 cm; mass: 5-6 g.