Roost Selection by Forest-living Female Big Brown Bats ( Eptesicus Fuscus )

@inproceedings{Craig2006RoostSB,
  title={Roost Selection by Forest-living Female Big Brown Bats ( Eptesicus Fuscus )},
  author={Craig and K. Rajeshwari and Willis and CHRISTINE and M.. and Voss},
  year={2006}
}
Previous studies of forest-dwelling bats have identified physical features of trees and forests that correlate with the presence of bats by comparing roost sites to paired, randomly selected sites. This method may be limited if the absence of bats from random sites cannot be confirmed. Our purpose was to address roosting ecology of female big brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus) using a different approach. We quantified relative use of trees with 3 different types of cavity openings (long crevices… CONTINUE READING

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