Check beneath overpasses throughout Miami during the evening and you're sure to find more than just the homeless, assures Greynolds Park naturalist Paula Schneeburger. Making their home there as well: bats. Yes, you're not in Transylvania anymore, Dorothy. South Florida can lay claim to a small population of the world's only winged mammal. According to Schneeburger, wherever the little guys known as microbats (ranging from as small as a bumblebee to a wingspan under two feet) can hang upside down, they're likely to roost. Barns and attics are likely spots, and even a shopping mall in west Broward recently played host to... More >>>