Bats are not abundant in Alaska, and are generally found only in Southeast Alaska, some of Southcentral Alaska, and in the Interior as far north as the Yukon River.
Little brown bat (Myotis lucifugus): The little brown bat is the most common and widespread bat in Alaska. As with other myotis species in Alaska, little brown bats often roost in abandoned buildings and old mines; they may also be found roosting alone in trees or rock crevices. Little brown bats have been observed hibernating in Southeast Alaska and Kodiak Island.
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