Pa-hay-okee Sound Gallery
Photo courtesy of Porter Libby, U.S. Forest Service
Below, listen to the calls of a Seminole bat (Lasiurus seminolus) recorded at Pa-hay-okee. Afterwards, try a round of Name That Tune: Everglades Edition to see if you can identify the Seminole bat among various other natural sounds that are commonly heard in the park, or visit the main bat webpage to learn about how bats use echolocation to navigate and forage for food in the dark.
Did You Know?
Everglades National Park holds the largest continuous stand of sawgrass prairie in North America. Deer, apple snails, muskrats, and alligators are just some of the species wildlife that utilize this habitat for survival.