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Biodiversity Publications Catalogue

Animals - Bats

Bat Research in the West Arm Demonstration Forest

Documents a long-term project examining the effects of forest harvesting on bats.

J. Craig; 1994; 3 pp.; MoF-Nelson; technical; Research Summary; confirm price; 21.5x28 cm; available from:
NELSON FOREST REGION; ORDER CODE: RS-013 http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/nelson/Research/SUMMARY/rs013.htm

Bats and Forests Symposium

Presents 23 symposium papers related to the biology of bats in forest ecosystems. Topics covered include roosting, foraging, and the effects of forest harvesting.

R. M. Barclay, R.M. Brigham, eds; 1996; 291 pp.; MoF, Research Program; technical; Working Paper 23; $12.00; confirm price; 21.5x28 cm; available from:
CROWN PUBLICATIONS; ORDER CODE: 023-WP023 OR http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/hfd/pubs/Docs/Wp/Wp23.htm

Bats and Trees

Describes the roosting habitat requirements of forest-dwelling bats.

M. Vonhof, R. M. Barclay; 1996; 4 pp.; MoF-Nelson; technical; Research Summary; confirm price; 21.5x28 cm; available from:
NELSON FOREST REGION; ORDER CODE: RS-027 http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/nelson/Research/SUMMARY/rs027.htm

Bats in British Columbia

Facts about the province’s bats, including seasonal behaviour, roosting sites, and habitat issues. Provides information about building and installing “bat houses.”

M. J. Sarell, J. Luoma; 1994; 6 pp.; MoELP, Wildlife Branch; non-technical; brochure; confirm price; 21.5x28 cm; available from:
Biodiversity Information Requests AND
PENTICTON ENVIRONMENT OFFICE

Bats of British Columbia

BC’s 16 species of bats are described, including their natural history, range, identifying characteristics and hibernation habits.

D.W. Nagorsen, R.M. Brigham; 1993; 176 pp.; ISBN 0-7748-0482-3; RBCM; non-technical; book; $19.95; confirm price; 14x22 cm; available from:
ROYAL BRITISH COLUMBIA MUSEUM; ORDER CODE: ISBN 0-7748-0482-3

Impacts of Harvesting on Habitat Use by Foraging Bats

S. Grindal; 1996; 3 pp.; MoF-Nelson; technical; Research Summary; confirm price; 21.5x28 cm; available from:
NELSON FOREST REGION; ORDER CODE: RS-028 series http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/nelson/Research/SUMMARY/rs028.htm

Species at Risk in British Columbia

This informative brochure series presents profiles of various wildlife species considered to be biologically “at risk” in the province. Explains what these species look like, how they reproduce, what they eat, where they live, why they are at risk, and what the public can do to help.

Spotted Bat

D.A. Blood; 1993; 6 pp.; ISBN 0-7726-7409-4; MoELP, Wildlife Branch; confirm price; non-technical; 21.5x28 cm; available from:
Biodiversity Information Requests

Townsend’s Big eared Bat

D. A. Blood; 1998; 6 pp.; ISBN 0-7726-7626-7; MoELP, Wildlife Branch; non-technical; brochure; confirm price; 21.5x28 cm; available from:
Biodiversity Information Requests

Species Status Reports

Describes various species considered rare, endangered or threatened in B.C., and describes activity patterns, movements, feeding habits, reproductive biology, and social behaviour.

Status of the Fringed Myotis in British Columbia

A.H. Rahme, A.S. Harestad, F.L. Bunnell; 1995; 32 pp.; ISBN 0-7726-2689-8; MoELP, Wildlife Branch; Technical Report; $3.15; confirm price; 21.5x28 cm; available from:
J&L COPY SERVICE; ORDER CODE: WR-73

Status of Keen’s Long-eared Myotis in British Columbia

M. Firman, M. Getty, R.M. Barclay; 1993; 29 pp.; ISBN 0-7726-1783-X; MoELP, Wildlife Branch; Technical Report; $3.51; confirm price; 21.5x28 cm; available from:
J&L COPY SERVICE; ORDER CODE: WR-59

Status of the Pallid Bat in British Columbia

K. Chapman, K. McGuinness, R.M. Brigham; 1994; 32 pp.; ISBN 0-7726-2048-2; MoELP, Wildlife Branch; Technical Report; $3.42; confirm price; 21.5x28 cm; available from:
J&L COPY SERVICE; ORDER CODE: WR-61

Status of the Spotted Bat in British Columbia

S.A. Rasheed, P.F. Garcia, S.L. Holroyd; 1995; 32 pp.; ISBN 0-7726-2691-X; MoELP, Wildlife Branch; Technical Report; $2.79; confirm price; 21.5x28 cm; available from:
J&L COPY SERVICE; ORDER CODE: WR-75

Status of the Western Small-footed Myotis in British Columbia

P.F.J. Garcia, S.A. Rasheed, S.L. Holroyd; 1995; 24 pp.; ISBN 0-7726-2690-1; MoELP, Wildlife Branch; Technical Report; $2.61; confirm price; 21.5x28 cm; available from:
J&L COPY SERVICE; ORDER CODE: WR-74

A Survey of the Bat Fauna of the Dry Interior of British Columbia

S.L. Holroyd et al.; 1994; 80 pp.; ISBN 0-7726-2076-8; MoELP, Wildlife Branch; Technical Report; $8.83; confirm price; 21.5x28 cm; available from:
J&L COPY SERVICE; ORDER CODE: WR-63

Standards for Components of British Columbia’s Biodiversity

Provincial protocols for conducting population inventory of a species group at three levels: 1) presence/not detected, 2) relative abundance, and 3) absolute abundance. Several manuals have an associated set of dataforms, and a general dataform appendix containing generic codes and forms also exists for use with any manual.

Bats, Version 2.0

RIC; 1998; 68 pp.; ISBN: 0-7726-3471-8; technical; $7.14, confirm price; 21.5x28 cm; available from:
GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS; ORDER CODE: 7680000659 OR http://ilmbwww.gov.bc.ca/risc/pubs/tebiodiv/bats/index.htm

Wildlife at Risk in British Columbia Fact Sheets

This new brochure series profiles various wildlife species classified as red listed (endangered or threatened) or blue listed (vulnerable) in the province. They profiles describe the species and their homes, and what they eat, where they live, how they are doing, and what’s being done to help them in BC.

Keen’s Long-eared Myotis

MoELP; 1998; 2 pp.; Wildlife Branch; non-technical; brochure; confirm price; 21.5x28 cm; available from:
Biodiversity Information Requests

 

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