freetail


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Noun1.freetail - small swift insectivorous bat with leathery ears and a long tailfreetail - small swift insectivorous bat with leathery ears and a long tail; common in warm regions
carnivorous bat, microbat - typically having large ears and feeding primarily on insects; worldwide in distribution
genus Tadarida, Tadarida - freetail bats
guano bat, Mexican freetail bat, Tadarida brasiliensis - the common freetail bat of southern United States having short velvety fur; migrates southward for winter
pocketed bat, pocketed freetail bat, Tadirida femorosacca - small brown bat of California and northern Mexico
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Local Texas Brewery Freetail Brewing Company, in conjunction with Silver Eagle Distributors, will provide a festive assortment of their beer line to fundraiser attendees and craft beer experts will be on-hand to discuss the selection.
Temperature regulation and metabolism in Mexican freetail bats.
The industry could generate $5.6 billion statewide and create 52,000 new jobs by 2020, according to a study conducted by Scott Metzger, a professor of economics at the University of Texas at San Antonio and the founder and CEO of Freetail Brewing Company.
Scott Metzger of the Freetail Brewing Co., who has been negotiating on behalf of the Texas Craft Brewers Guild, told reporters that an "agreement in principle" was reached after day-long talks between the Brewers Guild, the state's major distributor groups, the Big Two brewers and consumer organizations.
All species were classified into one of five categories: (1) western: species that occur predominantly west of about 98[degrees] west longitude (e.g., roadrunner Geococcyx californianus), (2) central: species that are predominantly in the central plains area (e.g., Great Plains narrow-mouthed toad Gastrophryne olivacea), (3) widespread: species that occur in virtually all states and provinces in North America north of Mexico (e.g., pied-billed grebe Podilymbus podiceps), (4) eastern-western: species that are not widespread but which occur in both the east and in the west (e.g., Mexican freetail bat Tadarida brasiliensis), (5) eastern: species that are exclusively or predominantly found in the east (e.g., alligator Alligator mississippiensis).
So do the distinctive courtship syllables of Male Mexican Freetail Bats.
The FreeTail steel carrier is currently available, and the FreeSpace design should be available within the next few weeks.
Seasonal movements of Mexican freetail bats Tadarida brasiliensis mexicana banded in the Great Plains.
Through September, free evening programs in an amphitheater conclude with hundreds of thousands of Mexican freetail bats swirling out of the cave.
Recovery of rabies virus from the Mexican freetail bat in Oklahoma.