Common throughout the state and found over most of North America, the Little Brown is perhaps the most abundant species in Ohio. They can usually be observed using echolocation to capture insects flying over lakes and ponds. Large colonies consisting of hundreds or even thousands of members take up residence in hot attics or cabins. Most of these bats migrate to caves in southern Ohio during the winter. This little guy measures 4.5” long, his wings are tucked underneath. He hangs onto a stick which has a 6” rope attached for you to hang on your wall!