The bats feed on wood frogs and other amphibians.
That includes the wood frog, a large frog with a large body that can grow up to four feet long.
It’s considered a protected species.
Wood frog habitat is being degraded in Florida, and the wood bat is responsible for that.
Wood frogs can be found in the woods of Florida, as well as along roadsides and in wetlands.
That’s where they breed, so they need to be managed to reduce habitat damage.
There are more than 10 species of wood frogs in Florida.
There are a few options available to help manage and reduce the damage.
One is to use a predator control program, which uses traps to find and kill the wood frogs.
But in the meantime, they’re likely to breed and grow again, according to Wood Frog Specialist Dr. Karen Hensley.
Wood bats are the culprits, she said.
They’re more likely to transmit diseases like Lyme disease, and they feed on amphibians like wood frogs, so it’s not surprising they’re responsible for some of the damage that has happened to wood frogs’ habitat.
“They can take a lot of damage from the insect population,” she said, “so it’s really important to have a plan to reduce their population.”
Wood bats can be spotted in Florida by monitoring the wood beetle populations in wood frogs habitats.
This is also the first time that we’ve seen these wood bat populations in Florida in a long time.