PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: Small device, about the size of a pack of cigarettes, which is able to receive bat sonar and change it to an audible sound so that people can track bat movement. It is constructed of hard plastic, has an on/off switch along with a transducer which is much like the ones used on fishing boats. This transducer is able to receive bat signals which are then converted to sound in a range humans can hear and played through a speaker. Sounds are then heard as a series of clicks which tend to increase as bats identify food or communicate amongst themselves. This communication process is very common in colonies where females are nursing babies.
WHERE TO USE IT: Great to use in attics to learn where main roost sights are located as well as on the outside of structures to learn where bats are either entering or exiting a structure.
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