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Migration and dispersal of bats at Lake Erie (#71)
Short name: Erie Bats
Short description: Study of bat migration, post-breeding dispersal and habitat use in Norfolk County and Long Point, Ontario.
Description: Study of bat stopover and migration (including cross-lake migration) of migratory tree bats at Long Point, Ontario.

Study of post-breeding dispersal and habitat use of Myotis lucifugus in Norfolk County, Ontario.

Bird Studies Canada - Long Point Bird Observatory
Texas Tech University
University of Western Ontario
Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry
Environment Canada

Project contact: Stuart Mackenzie, Birds Canada
Researchers: Dylan Baloun
Lauren Hooton, Trent University
Liam McGuire, Department of Biological Science
Michael Wells, USFWS Radar team
Stuart Mackenzie, Birds Canada
Tags: 269 (table)
Species: 130 Silver-haired Bat
71 Little Brown Bat
50 Eastern Red Bat
6 Hoary Bat
1 Canada Warbler
Creation date: 2015-01-01 00:00:00 UTC
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