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- Call, Ryan S.; Whiting, Jericho C.; Doering, Bill; Lowe, Joe; Englestead, Devin; Frye, Justin; Stefanic, Todd; Wright, Gary
- Northwest science 2018 v.92 no.2 pp. 158-165
- Chiroptera; anthropogenic activities; caves; habitats; land use; planning; roosting behavior; white-nose syndrome; Idaho
- ... Bats are being impacted by many threats (e.g., human disturbance of maternity roost sites and white-nose syndrome). Bat maternity roosts are a limited resource, and bats exhibit strong fidelity to these sites; therefore, identifying these features and conserving the surrounding habitat are important for bat management. Southern Idaho consists of the largest, contiguous volcanic pseudokarst area in ...