Bat Photo Gallery

Finally I got around to creating a gallery to display Merlin’s magnificent bat photographs. This website now displays examples of all 18 of the world’s currently recognized families of bats, represented by 100 species belonging to 81 genera.

A spectacled flying fox (Pteropus conspicillatus)pollinating a black bean tree in Australia.
A spectacled flying fox (Pteropus conspicillatus) pollinating a black bean tree in Australia.

These images show bats from all continents where they occur and include all aspects of bat behavior (roosting, courting and mating, rearing young, hibernating, drinking, pollinating flowers, dispersing seeds and capturing prey, from frogs and fish to centipedes and insects)–the most complete photographic documentation of bats available anywhere!

A mother minor epauletted fruit bat (Epomophorous labiatus) flying with her pup in Kenya.
A mother minor epauletted fruit bat (Epomophorous labiatus minor) flying with her pup in Kenya.

To have a look, just click HERE!

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