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Field assistant Dylan Szewczak removing a Yuma myotis, Myotis yumanensis, from a mist net, California central coast.
 
Field assistant Nick Szewczak aiding the release of a hoary bat, Lasiurus cinereus, northern Sierra Nevada Mtns.
 
Pallid bat, Antrozous pallidus, on Joe attempting a career in product placement, northern Sierra Nevada Mtns.
 
Graduate student Aaron Corcoran treating a captured bat with the respect and care that it deserves, central OR. (Patricia Ormsbee photo.)
 
Joe's calendar photo, 2004 HSU Scholars calendar.
 

Bethany holding a hoary bat, (Lasiurus cinereus) prior to release, northern Sierra Nevada Mtns.

  Kim warming a Yuma myotis, (M. yumanensis) before a zipline flight, northern Sierra Nevada Mtns.

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Please note: The hands holding the bats are those of trained handlers possessing pre-exposure rabies vaccination (an essential precaution for handling any wild mammal, not just bats). Never attempt to handle any wild mammal without appropriate training and vaccination.