As a result of cooler and rainier days, Bats
are busy hunting an abundance of insects. Soon autumn's chilly nights will tell these flying mammals it's time to seek a safe place to sleep and pass the winter. Derrick Kaamasee's flying turquoise-eyed bat from pipestone, gobbles up all the arthropods available. An incised fur body and lovely wing membrane details, plus drilled nostrils make this splendid bat come alive. About 2 5/8" tall, 1" wide and 1 5/8" deep.