Bats in South Carolina
Of all the mammals on Earth, bats are the only ones capable of true flight. They use elongated bones (similar to human fingers) and a thin wing membrane stretched between them. Most (about 70%) eat insects but there are some that consume fruits and nectar or small mammals, birds, lizards, frogs, and fish.
South Carolina Bat Conservation Plan
Downloadable resources below are in the PDF format.
- Chapter 1: Status and Conservation Issues
- Chapter 2: Natural History and Habitat Requirements
- Chapter 3: Species Accounts
- Chapter 4: Conservation Actions and Strategy
- References and Appendices