Why Do Bats Come Out at Night?

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Bats are nocturnal creatures by nature although they do sometimes come out to hunt for insects during the day. This is common on mild winter days or during the early spring when they wake from hibernation and come out to increase their reserves.
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Most bats are active at night, when there is less competition for food and fewer predators.
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