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Home Morgan Torres, wildlife biologist, Fort Campbell Fish and Wildlife holds a female red bat on Fort Campbell, KY, July 18th, 2018. Eastern Red Bats are forrest dwelling bats and forage for insects at night. (Sgt. Patrick Kirby, 40th Public Affairs Detachment) Morgan Torres, wildlife biologist, Fort Campbell Fish and Wildlife holds a female red bat on Fort Campbell, KY, July 18th, 2018. Eastern Red Bats are forrest dwelling bats and forage for insects at night. (Sgt. Patrick Kirby, 40th Public Affairs Detachment)

Morgan Torres, wildlife biologist, Fort Campbell Fish and Wildlife holds a female red bat on Fort Campbell, KY, July 18th, 2018. Eastern Red Bats are forrest dwelling bats and forage for insects at night. (Sgt. Patrick Kirby, 40th Public Affairs Detachment)

Morgan Torres, wildlife biologist, Fort Campbell Fish and Wildlife holds a female red bat on Fort Campbell, KY, July 18th, 2018. Eastern Red Bats are forrest dwelling bats and forage for insects at night. (Sgt. Patrick Kirby, 40th Public Affairs Detachment)

Morgan Torres, wildlife biologist, Fort Campbell Fish and Wildlife holds a female red bat on Fort Campbell, KY, July 18th, 2018. Eastern Red Bats are forrest dwelling bats and forage for insects at night. (Sgt. Patrick Kirby, 40th Public Affairs Detachment)

Morgan Torres, wildlife biologist, Fort Campbell Fish and Wildlife measures a female red bat on Fort Campbell, KY, July 18th, 2018. A compliance survey, under the endangered species act is done whenever a tree larger than three inches in diameter is removed. (Sgt. Patrick Kirby, 40th Public Affairs Detachment)