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Re: Wildlife Delphi: Round 2 1/2...  Daniel A.
 May 21, 2005 22:00 PDT 

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Joan,

I asked experts from Bat Conservation International and from the
Organization for Bat Conservation if they had maps of bat migration paths.
Both experts said no such maps exist.

Bat migration is extremely under studied because there is currently no
transmitter small enough for a bat to carry in flight that will transmit far
enough to be useful. An Eastern Red Bat generally weighs less than 0.6 oz;
the Hoary less than 1.2 oz. Both species range across most of the US and
Canada.

-Daniel


Daniel Alberts
Lawrence Tech's Wind Energy Delphi
www.ltu.edu/engineering/mechanical/delphi_wind.asp
dja1-@nethere.com

From: Joan Kalso <white-@earthlink.net>
Reply-To: mw-@topica.com
Date: Sat, 21 May 2005 23:51:23 -0400
To: mw-@topica.com
Subject: Re: [Delphi] Wildlife Delphi: Round 2 1/2...

I'm trying to get more information. Certainly at night, bats leave their
roosts to hunt and feed. Shouldn't the protected area extend a distance
from their "nests" to the furthest reach of this hunting / flight area?
How about protecting migratory paths as well?



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Joan, <BR>
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I asked  experts from Bat Conservation International and from the Organization for Bat Conservation if they had maps of bat migration paths. Both experts said no such maps exist.<BR>
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Bat migration is  extremely under studied because there is currently no transmitter small enough for a bat to carry in flight that will transmit far enough to be useful. An Eastern Red Bat generally weighs less than 0.6 oz; the Hoary less than 1.2 oz.  Both species range across most of the US and Canada.<BR>
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-Daniel<BR>
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Daniel Alberts<BR>
Lawrence Tech's Wind Energy Delphi<BR>
www.ltu.edu/engineering/mechanical/delphi_wind.asp<BR>
dja1-@nethere.com<BR>
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<B>From: </B>Joan Kalso <white-@earthlink.net><BR>
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<FONT FACE="Comic Sans MS">I'm trying to get more information.  Certainly at night, bats leave their roosts to hunt and feed.  Shouldn't the protected area extend a distance from their "nests" to the furthest reach of this hunting / flight area?   How about protecting migratory paths as well?  <BR>
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