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Bats of Lillooet

Municipal Bat-Roost

 

For mosquito control, San Antonio, Texas, 1913

BC Bat Action Team 2016-2020 Action Plan

In Response to the Threat of White-nose Syndrome. BC Bat Action Plan: (Detailed PDF) (Sortable XLS Summary of Action

 
Got Bats? BC Community Bat Project (PDF Handout) June 2014

 

Summary of bats in the Lillooet area
 
Bats of Lillooet, BC June 2014- Printable PDF Brochure
Lillooet Acoustic Bat Inventory - 2012

Over the summer of 2012 acoustic monitoring for bats was conducted in the Lillooet area. With the kind participation of some Lillooet area landowners the equipment was placed on several properties. See Full Article (PDF*). The same article, on page 2, also tells us the new name for the dreaded fungus that has killed millions of North American bats.

Bridge River Bat Assessment 2010

Prepared for: British Columbia Hydro Bridge Coastal Fish and Wildlife Restoration Program and for Matt Manuel-Lillooet Tribal Council. Prepared by: Mike Sarell R.P.Bio., Thomas Hill Jared Hobbs R.P.Bio./M. Sc., & Francis Iredale R.P.Bio.

Eastern Red Bat – presence in British Columbia

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Washington State Woodland Fish & Wildlife - Bats and Small Woodlands Publication 2019
 
Bat Conservation Times - enewsletter of Bat Conservation International Inc.
White-Nose Syndrome Alert - Bat Conservation Fact Sheet I (Spring 2009)

Scientists Struggle to Save American Bats (Article)

Bat Conservation International, News Release May 29, 2009 — Scientists searching for solutions to White-nose Syndrome (WNS), the most devastating threat ever faced by North American bats, met in Austin, Texas, this week (May 27-28) to review the latest research results and discuss the most critical priorities for the next three years.

Experts: Bat Fungus causing historic decline

Dina Capiello, June 4, 2009 WASHINGTON (AP) — A mysterious fungus attacking America's bats could spread nationwide within years and represents the most serious threat to wildlife in a century, experts warned Congress Thursday.

 

Migration of bats past a remote island offers clues toward the problem of bat fatalities at wind turbines (Article)

July 2007 - This is a preprint of a paper on autumn migration of hoary bats and its potential relevance to bat fatalities at wind turbines. The article will be published in the journal Biological Conservation during the coming months and is currently available on-line at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2007.05.019

 

 

 

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