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March 1, 2020

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Information about bats of Alberta and guidance for people who find a bat.


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February 1, 2020

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The western small-footed bat is a Species of Special Concern in Alberta because it has a small range within the province, is found in a limited number of locations, and there is potential for its...


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May 5, 2016

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Provides information about bat houses in Alberta.


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March 1, 2016

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White-nose syndrome is a devastating fungal disease that has killed unprecedented numbers of hibernating bats in eastern North America. As of January 2016, white-nose syndrome has spread to 26...


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November 1, 2015

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In the summer of 2010, the Government of Alberta established temporary closures of known bat hibernacula under provincial authority in order to protect hibernating bats from White-nose Syndrome...


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November 6, 2014

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White-nose Syndrome is an emerging disease concern in bats in eastern North America and is expected to spread to western North America in the coming years. This document outlines how the public...


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June 19, 2013

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Wind energy projects must be appropriately sited and well planned to avoid or minimize bat mortalities. The sites chosen for wind power developments due to favourable local meteorological...


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December 1, 2012

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Research on some species must be done according to specific protocols. The class protocol # 004 applies to mist-netting and harp trapping. This protocol was adopted on February 11, 2005, the...


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May 1, 2012

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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...


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June 30, 2011

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Bats are generally shy and gentle creatures by nature, but they can often be misunderstood by people who encounter them. Better knowledge of bats is an essential tool in promoting their conservation.

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