Protect Bats and Reptiles

Rare and endangered bats and reptiles

The following reptiles and bats are some of the rare and endangered animals found at Warm Springs Natural Area, where conservation and preservation of nature is a critical focus of our mission.

Reptiles

2014 SP Landscape Awards

Desert tortoise

(Gopherus agassizii)

Bats

Common Name | Scientific Name USFWS NNHP | State Status

Townsend’s big-eared bat | Corynorhinus townsendii | imperiled in state due to rarity
Spotted bat | Euderma maculatum | imperiled in state due to rarity
Western red bat | Lasiurus blossevillii | critically imperiled in state
Western yellow bat | Lasiurus xanthinus | critically imperiled in state
California leaf-nosed bat | Macrotus californicus | imperiled in state due to rarity
Fringed myotis | Myotis thysanodes | imperiled in state due to rarity
Big free-tailed bat | Nyctinomops macrotis | imperiled in state due to rarity

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