Bats hibernate from late Fall to Early Spring in North America. The only bats that don’t hibernate are the ones who live in year-round warm climates.
Nearly all burrowing rodents hibernate during the same time period, with the exception of chipmunks, squirrels, gophers and a few others. Some rodents, like prairie dogs and sometimes squirrels, are partial hibernators, meaning they fast for 10 weeks or so before going and digging up their hidden stores of food.
Yes. Bats normally hibernate in the winter months. Most rodents hibernate and also during the winter months.
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