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Status of the northern long-eared bat (Myotis septentrionalis) in Alberta

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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 on the relative rarity of the species in the province and its apparent reliance on mature forest habitats. This report is part of the Alberta Wildlife Status Report series, which provides comprehensive summaries of selected wildlife species intended to be useful to those managing populations of species and their habitats, and to help identify species that may be formally designated as endangered or threatened.

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bats conservation mammals northern long-eared bat species at risk wildlife conservation wildlife habitat

Title and publication information

Type
Report
Alternative Title

Alberta wildlife status report no. 3

Extent

25 pages

Frequency

Once

Publisher / Creator Information

Publisher

Environmental Protection (1992-1999)

Contributor

Caceres, M. Carolina

Contributor

Pybus, M.J.

Place of Publication

Edmonton

Subject Information

Topic
Environment
Subject (LCSH)

Bats--Alberta

Subject (LCSH)

Bats--Habitat

Resource Dates

Date Created

1997-01-01

Date Added

2016-03-01T20:37:48.137900

Date Modified

1997-01-01

Date Issued

1997-01-01

Date Archived

2009-05-01

Audience information

Identifiers

ISBN (print)

077325126X

ISSN (print)

1206-4912

NEOS catalogue key

2002176

Local Identifier

T/366

Usage / Licence

Contact

Contact Name

Environment and Parks