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Notes on the distribution and natural history of bats in southeastern Montana

Notes on the distribution and natural history of bats in southeastern Montana

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Published by Museum, Texas Tech University in Lubbock] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Montana.,
  • Montana
    • Subjects:
    • Bats -- Montana.,
    • Mammals -- Montana -- Geographical distribution.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 11-12.

      Statement[by] J. Knox Jones [and others.
      SeriesTexas Tech University. Museum. Occasional papers,, no. 15, Occasional papers (Texas Tech University. Museum) ;, no. 15.
      ContributionsJones, J. Knox.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL737.C5 N67
      The Physical Object
      Pagination12 p.
      Number of Pages12
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5028418M
      LC Control Number73623364

      Jones, J. K. et al. Notes on the Distribution and Natural History of Bats in Southeastern Museum of Texas Tech University, , Occasional Papers, , 4 figures and 1 table. Very good condition. bats from adjacent southeastern Montana (Jones et al. ; Lampe et al. ). However, the bat initially reported as evotis from Sioux County, Nebraska, and the one listed as of that species from Corral Draw, South Dakota (see previous.

      Bat Population Data (BPD) Project. Login. BPD Home. NABat; Data Partners; Data Projects; Data. Field Dates. T. H. Kunz. Notes on the distribution and natural history of bats in southeastern Montana. Occasional Papers of the Museum, Texas Tech University Krutzsch, P. H. Ectoparasites from some species of bats from western North America. Journal of Mammalogy Macy, R. W. New bat trematodes ofthe genera.

      Bats can be found in almost all parts of the world and in most regions of the United general, bats seek out a variety of daytime retreats such as caves, rock crevices, old buildings, bridges, mines, and trees. Different species require different roost sites. Some species, such as the Mexican free-tailed and gray bats live in large colonies in caves. A bat consumes up to 25 percent of its weight at a single feeding, with the smaller, hibernating species estimated to consume nearly a million insects per bat per year. The eyes of our bats are relatively small, but their ears are large and well-developed. Bats can see quite well, but unique adaptations help them fly and catch prey in total.


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Notes on the distribution and natural history of bats in southeastern Montana. Jones, J. Knox. Get this from a library. Notes on the distribution and natural history of bats in southeastern Montana. [J Knox Jones;]. Notes on the distribution and natural history of bats in southeastern Montana: Occasional Papers the Museum Texas Tech University: Journal: Montana: Eptesicus fuscus Eptesicus fuscus pallidus Lasionycteris noctivagans Lasiurus cinereus Lasiurus cinereus cinereus Myotis ciliolabrum Myotis evotis.

Distribution of mammals in Colorado: Monograph of the Museum of Natural History: Book: Colorado: Antrozous pallidus Antrozous pallidus pallidus Corynorhinus townsendii Corynorhinus townsendii pallescens Eptesicus fuscus Eptesicus fuscus pallidus Lasionycteris noctivagans Lasiurus borealis.

ii BATS OF MONTANA: IDENTIFICATION AND NATURAL HISTORY Prepared for: Montana Department of Environmental Quality Air, Energy, & Mining Division, Coal Section E Sixth Ave, Helena, MT File Size: 3MB. Notes on the distribution and natural history of bats in southeastern Montana. Occasional papers (Texas Tech University Museum) Kalcounis, M.

C., and R. Brigham. The book also includes dozens of drawings by naturalists in our community and cover and section illustrations by the talented Stephanie Frostad.

With topics ranging from birds to geology to insects to mammals and more, Field Notes from the Montana Natural History Center is a perfect gift for your children, parents, friends, and family.

Purchase. BATS OF MONTANA 1 David L. Genter and Katharine A. Jurist Montana Natural Heritage Program East Sixth Avenue Helena, Montana Montana is within the known range of 15 species of bats, representing one family and seven genera.

All are insectivorous, preying upon nocturnal insects with highly evolved echolocation and foraging Size: 62KB. • 7 Montana bat species have had documented mortalities at wind energy facilities in North America and at least 3 species have documented mortalities at Montana wind energy facilities (Kunz et al.

Poulton and EricksonJudith Gap Final Report) • Most bats are killed on nights with low wind speed (File Size: 3MB. Notes on the distribution and natural history of bats in southeastern Montana. Occasional papers (Texas Tech University Museum) Keeley, B. W., and M. Tuttle. In Montana, published records on bat species distribution and abundance are limited and cover only parts of the state.

Nicholson () provided the first record of a spotted bat (Euderma maculatum) found in a home in Billings. Yet, bats everywhere are threatened by habitat loss, pesticide use, and a new disease called White-nose Syndrome that has killed 6 million bats in eastern states.

Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks works to conserve bats and their important role in our ecosystem through disease prevention, habitat conservation, and species monitoring. Distribution Top of page. niger is native to eastern and central North America; its range is declining in eastern states, although not enough to qualify for listing in a threatened category except for the endangered subspecies S.

cinereus (Wilson and Reeder, ).It has been introduced to western parts of both the USA and Canada ().It is now found in numerous locations throughout Idaho. Get tips and tricks for outdoor explorations, learn about Montana’s flora and fauna, and read about fun happenings at MNHC. Museum Field Trips Bring your class.

A single little brown bat can consume mosquitoes in one hour. Montana has 15 species of bats (see the Montana Field Guide for more details). Some bats live in groups while others are solitary.

Some species roost in dwellings if access is available while others prefer trees and caves. Montana bat and White-nose Syndrome More Publications The Montana Natural Heritage Program is a program of the Montana State Library's Natural Resource Information System that is operated by the University of Montana.

I ntroduction. There are 51 species of bats currently documented in the United States (Reid ; Baird et al. ).Some of these species are widespread in their distribution and are recorded from the east to the west coast, while other species are restricted in their range and are recorded from only one or a handful of : Clint N.

Morgan, Loren K. Ammerman, Krysta D. Demere, Jeffrey B. Doty, Yoshinori J. Nakazawa, Matthe. Hoary Bat is migratory and only a summer resident in Montana, with records from early June through September.

Normal arrival and departure dates are uncertain. Habitat. During the summer, Hoary Bats occupy forested areas. There is a paucity of information available about the distribution of bats in the southeastern United States. Golley () 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.

() recently reported on the distribution of 13 species of bats that occur in South Carolina based on bats submitted to Cited by: The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

Notes on the distribution and natural history of bats in southeastern Montana. View Metadata. By: Jones, J. Knox. Taxonomic and nomenclatorial notes on bats of the genus. Bat - Bat - Natural history: Nocturnal activity is a major feature of the behavioral pattern of bats: nearly all species roost during the day and forage at night.

Carnivorous bats, vampire bats, and perhaps fishing bats (see bulldog bat) may have an advantage at night over inactive or sleeping prey.

In addition, nocturnal flight protects bats from visual predators, exposure to the sun, high.NHBS supply wildlife survey equipment and books to naturalists, academics and ecological and conservation professionals. Our website includes overbooks covering every aspect of wildlife, ecology and conservation as well as a comprehensive range of wildlife survey equipment, nestboxes and habitat management tools.A single little brown bat can consume mosquitoes in one hour.

Bats save us billions of dollars annually by consuming agricultural insect pests such as moths, cucumber beetles, corn earworms, and grasshoppers.

Montana has 15 species of bats. Some bats live in groups and others are solitary.