This video shows a bat trained to track a moving prey item from a stationary position. With this paradigm, we can recapitulate the bat's natural hunting behaviors under a more controlled situation.
This video shows a novel adaptive behavior used by echolocating bats while tracking a moving target - head waggles.
This video shows how we capture the precise movements of the bat's head and ears while it tracks a moving target.
This video details a study (Wohlgemuth and Moss, 2016 PNAS) examining how the brain of the bat reveals general principles regarding sifting through noisy information in the environment.
This video describes how the coordination of the bat's vocal behaviors with motion of the ears and head can be studied to understand active sensing processes.