Mammals of North Carolina:
their Distribution and Abundance

Ashe County

Myotis septentrionalisNorthern Long-eared Bat2005-07-05D.Blatny, S.Lambiase11MOJE - 7 females, 2 males, 2 ?s captured at pond behind ranger residence. Some recaptures likely.02_Captured
Myotis septentrionalisNorthern Long-eared Bat2004-05-19B.Blatny, S.Chetwynd, M.Edwards, S.Lambiase11MOJE - 6 females, 4 males, and one unknown captured over pond behind ranger residence. Some re-captures likely occurred, but there is probably a roost in the area.02_Captured
Myotis septentrionalisNorthern Long-eared Bat2003-06-25D.Blatny, S.Lambiase5NERI - All captured in a mist net set over the river by the big island at Wagoner Access. First 4 captured at sunset (2105 hrs.)along with 1 Myotis lucifugus and 2 barn swallows. 5th bat captured around 2200 hrs.02_Captured
Myotis septentrionalisNorthern Long-eared Bat2001-09-18PB, Seth Lambiase, Mary Kay Clark4NERI - 1 male, 3 females mist-netted emerging from roosts inside the Wagoner Access picnic shelter02_Captured