Male Seminole Bat Winter Roost-Site Selection in a Managed Forest

@inproceedings{Hein2008MaleSB,
  title={Male Seminole Bat Winter Roost-Site Selection in a Managed Forest},
  author={Cris D. Hein and S. Castleberry and K. Miller},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract Understanding year-round roost-site selection is essential for managing forest bat populations. From January to March, 2004 to 2006, we used radiotelemetry to investigate winter roost-site selection by Seminole bats (Lasiurus seminolus) on an intensively managed landscape with forested corridors in southeastern South Carolina, USA. We modeled roost-site selection with logistic regression and used Akaike's Information Criterion for small samples (AICc) and Akaike weights to select… Expand
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