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Winter Speaker Series: Bat Monitoring with Emily Latta - Shared screen with speaker view
JoToHo
43:49
Will this fungus affect our bat houses?
Marilyn Waugh Bouldin
01:25:04
Where is the highest concentration of bats in Colorado?
Evan Coffey
01:26:15
For migrating bats, do you track any individuals?
Gina (she/her)
01:26:36
How can we encourage bat populations at our own homes?
Evan Coffey
01:27:42
thank you
James’s iPhone
01:28:13
Is there any inclination to try to stop the speed of WNS?
Tracy Ihnot
01:28:48
Thank you!
Mariah Hellebrandt
01:30:08
When monitoring, up to what distance can the recording device detect a bat call?
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01:31:33
What bat species are known to occupy bat houses?
Evan Coffey
01:31:45
Can citizen scientists get involved with bat monitoring? Protocols must be adhered to but is there a way to partner with private land owners?
Carter Keegan
01:36:09
We have placed numerous bat houses up and agree with you as we haven’t see that these are not attractive to the bats and we haven’t seen the activity that we once had…are bats affected by light pollution?
Evan Coffey
01:38:16
thank you very much, I enjoyed the talk!
JoToHo
01:39:47
thank you for this presentation
tanya
01:40:07
Yeah, thank you so much! What a fantastic talk - Emily, great speaker! Great topic. Excited to keep up with the project.
robinnicholoff
01:40:25
Thank you !
Ben Katz, WSCC
01:40:33
Thank you Emily!
Emily Latta, BLM-UFO
01:40:44
elatta@blm.gov
marahuey
01:41:10
Thank you so much. you did a great presentation. I love your compassion.
Gina (she/her)
01:41:19
thanks Emily!