author={Jennifer M. Menzel and M. Menzel and W. M. Ford and J. Edwards and S. Sheffield and J. Kilgo and Mary S. Bunch},
Abstract There is a paucity of information available about the distribution of bats in the southeastern United States. Golley (1966) recorded the distribution and gave a brief summary of the natural history of 11 of 14 species of bats that occur in South Carolina and DiSalvo et al. (2002) recently reported on the distribution of 13 species of bats that occur in South Carolina based on bats submitted to the public health personnel for rabies testing. Maps provided by Golley are outdated and… Expand
Noteworthy Records of Bats from Central Georgia
Seven species of bats inhabiting Baldwin County are reported, with the exception of the Brazilian Free-tailed Bat, which represents first records from Baldwin County, which significantly add to the general baseline information of species richness and distribution of bats in central Georgia. Expand
New Distribution Records for Bats in Northwestern North Carolina
Abstract Bats in the eastern US face many significant threats, and more information on the distribution, natural history, and condition of multiple bat species is needed for conservation planning andExpand
Distribution and Status of Uncommon Mammals in the Southern Appalachian Mountains
Abstract Knowledge of species distribution is fundamental to conservation and management efforts. Unfortunately, distribution of many mammal species in the southeastern United States, includingExpand
Distribution and Status of Uncommon Mammals in the
Knowledge of species distribution is fundamental to conservation and management efforts. Unfortunately, distribution of many mammal species in the southeastern United States, including someExpand
Bats of Assateague Island National Seashore, Maryland
Monitoring of bat activity at five habitat types during summer 2005 and 2006 found that total bat activity and eastern red bat activity were similar among forested areas, freshwater pools and bayside marshes, and in shrublands. Expand
Mammals of the North-central Piedmont of South Carolina
There is a paucity of data on mammal species richness in the Piedmont physiographic province of the Carolinas, especially in north-central South Carolina, which is critical to future studies and issues of management and conservation. Expand
New Record of Northern Long-eared Bats in Coastal South Carolina
Although the Northern Long-eared Bat is known to move between summer roosts and winter hibernacula, it is not considered a long-distance migrant, and its records potentially represent an unrecognized coastal population rather than stray individuals. Expand
Bats of the Savannah River Site and vicinity
The U.S. Department of Energy's Savannah River Site supports a diverse bat community. Nine species occur there regularly, including the eastern pipistrelle (Pipistrellus subflavus), southeasternExpand
Habitat Associations of Bottomland Bats, With Focus on Rafinesque's Big-Eared Bat and Southeastern Myotis
It was revealed that Rafinesque's big-eared bats (Corynorhinus rafinesquii) were more likely to be captured at dry corridor sites than corridors over water, where as regression analysis revealed a significant (P  =  0.016) relationship between southeastern myotis and percent oaks. Expand
Resource utilization by foraging eastern red bats (Lasiurus borealis) in the Ozark Region of Missouri
Resource selection by animals influences ecological processes such as dispersal, reproduction, foraging, and migration. Little information exists regarding foraging resource selection by bats duringExpand


Notes on Mammals of Southern Illinois
Natural habitats in southern Illinois are more varied than elsewhere in the state, and this is reflected in a relatively rich mammalian fauna. However, surprisingly little concerning the biology ofExpand
Ecological observations on lasiurine bats in Iowa.
During the period August 8,1955 to June 30,1956, while engaged in wildlife rabies investigations at the Newton Field Station, the writer took advantage of occasional opportunities to seek out and observe Lasiurine bats. Expand
Life History and Ecology of Myotis austroriparius in Florida
The present study was undertaken to determine the general features of the life history and ecology of these bats, and visited every known cave colony of bats in Florida. Expand
The Natural History of a Summer Aggregation of the Big Brown Bat, Eptesicus fuscus fuscus
There is a surprising paucity of detailed information concerning Eptesicus fuscus in the eastern United States, although a few colonies, have been studied in some detail in the West Coast. InExpand
Mammals of the Savannah River Site
This book is designed to be used as a field guide, reference book, bibliography, and introduction to the basic biology and ecology of the 54 mammal species that currently or potentially exist on orExpand
Ecology of the Big Brown Bat (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) in Northeastern Kansas
Study from November, 1962, through May, 1964, principally at Leavenworth, Kansas, of the big brown bat, Eptesicus fuscus, revealed that in a mine 64% of the bats in winter and almost 100% in summerExpand
Walker's bats of the world
A single large segment of that encyclopedic work-the section on Chiroptera, or bats- is available in paperback as a separate volume, making a significant portion of that work accessible to a new audience. Expand
Population Dynamics of the Big Brown Bat (Eptesicus fuscus) in Southwestern Ohio
Efficiency of young production per adult female was found to decrease with a corresponding increase in nursery population size, and merit of this inverse correlation efficiency as a potential population regulatory mechanism are discussed. Expand
Mammals of the Eastern United States
Almost entirely rewritten, this edition provides an abundance of scientific information in combination with anecdotes, field notes, and an underlying reverence for the fragile diversity of animal life. Expand
Nursery Roosts and Community Diversity of Nearctic Bats
The hypothesis is presented that, because roosts are of survival value and bats have various adaptations for coloniality, the distribution and abundance of colonial Nearctic bats is determined largely by the availability of suitable roops and the interaction of physiological requirements with the opportunities provided by summer and winter roostS. Expand