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Bats are important agricultural pest controllers, but you won’t be seeing them for another five or six months. All the bat species in Michigan are insect eaters and can’t survive without food in winter. To survive this period, the bats either find a spot to hibernate in a cave, building, or mine or they migrate to a warmer area.

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