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9 results found for: "Bats--Alberta"

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May 1, 2012

Description

In Alberta, the western small-footed bat is restricted to the southeast where it lives in the badlands. It has been designated as a Species of Special Concern in Alberta because of these narrow habitat requirements. This plan provides background information on the species and a set of objectives...


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May 1, 2010

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The purpose of this manual is to provide a standardized sampling protocol for assessing bat community composition and relative abundance of the nine species of bats found in Alberta. The goal is to ensure that all studies on bats in Alberta collect the same types of information in standard...


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May 1, 2009

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This wildlife status report looks at the northern long-eared bat, a forest-dependent bat commonly found in eastern Canada and the United States and encountered less frequently in western Canada, including Alberta. At present, the northern myotis is designated as "may be at risk" in Alberta, based...


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Last Modified

March 1, 2008

Description

This wildlife status report looks at the western small-footed bat. These bats are widely distributed and locally common in western North America but are at the northern limit of their distribution in Alberta. Their limited distribution in the province has resulted in a conservation ranking of...


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September 1, 2006

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The goal of this survey was to determine bat species diversity in a region of the Parkland in Central Alberta. Bat diversity in the Parkland Zone is poorly undestood. I conducted a survey of 3 sites along the middle Red Deer River and 2 sites on the Battle River, including Dry Island Buffalo Jump...


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January 1, 2004

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Writing on Stone Provincial Park is located along an area of the Milk River where rocky outcroppings are abundant. This terrain provides excellent roosting habitat for several species of bats. There are also clumps of cottonwood trees along the river, which provide foraging habitat for all...


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March 1, 2003

Description

Little is known about the distribution, timing of occurrence, behaviour and habitat requirements of bats in Alberta. In particular, studies are urgently required in the northeast portion of the province where rapid industrial development is occurring. This information is critical for determining...


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March 1, 2001

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Previous bat studies conducted in Alberta have been limited in geographical scope and no long-term, province-wide, standardized monitoring has ever been conducted. A standard protocol for surveying bats in Alberta was recently developed, with the goal of ensuring that all studies on bats in the...


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Last Modified

January 1, 1997

Description

This wildlife status report looks at the northern long-eared bat, a forest-dependent bat commonly found in eastern Canada and the United States and encountered less frequently in western Canada, including Alberta. At present, the northern myotis is designated as "may be at risk" in Alberta, based...