It’s wintertime and Townsend’s big-eared bats are well out of sight, their long, pointed ears rolled down tightly, and their heart, metabolic and respiratory rates slowed. 

Despite the difficulty of finding bats during the colder months, this week local biologists set out into the field to find Townsend’s and the other 12 . . .

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