This is the list of the species I have seen so far

Throughout the year, I will be posting my sightings on observation.org. I will also use the #bigbatyearspecies to post my ever growing list of species on Twitter. You can follow the hashtag to be kept updated off my progress during the Big Bat Year.

I will try to keep the list below as up to date as possible. 

  1. Chalinolobus tuberculatus
  2. Pteropus tonganus
  3. Pteropus samoensis
  4. Notopteris macdonaldi
  5. Emballonura semicaudata
  6. Pipistrellus angulatus
  7. Miniopterus tristis
  8. Myotis moluccarum
  9. Mosia nigrescens
  10. Saccolaimus saccolaimus
  11. Pteropus woodfordi
  12. Macroglossus minimus
  13. Miniopterus australis
  14. Dobsonia inermis
  15. Nyctophilus nebulosus
  16. Chalinolobus neocaledonicus
  17. Notopteris neocaledonica
  18. Pteropus ornatus
  19. Pteropus vetulus
  20. Chalinolobus gouldi
  21. Mormopterus ridei 
  22. Saccolaimus flaviventris
  23. Pteropus alecto
  24. Rhinolophus megaphyllus
  25. Austronomus australis
  26. Miniopterus orianae oceanensis
  27. Pteropus poliocephalus
  28. Pteropus conspicillatus
  29. Chaerophon jobensis
  30. Mormopterus beccarii
  31. Chalinolobus nigrogriseus
  32. Pteropus scapulatus
  33. Nyctimene robinsoni
  34. Hipposideros ater
  35. Myotis macropus
  36. Nyctophilus gouldi
  37. Vespadelus pumilus
  38. Nyctophilus bifax
  39. Hipposideros semoni
  40. Macroderma gigas
  41. Nyctophilus daedalus
  42. Pipistrellus westralis
  43. Vespadelus caurinus
  44. Scotorepens sanborni
  45. Pipistrellus adamsi
  46. Nyctophilus walkeri
  47. Taphozous georgianus
  48. Taphozous kapalgensis
  49. Nyctophilus geoffroyi
  50. Nyctophilus arnhemensis
  51. Chalinolobus morio
  52. Phoniscus papuensis
  53. Acerodon jubatus
  54. Pteropus vampyrus
  55. Chaerephon plicatus
  56. Pipistrellus javanicus
  57. Rhinolophus philippensis