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78 actions found

Retain or relocate access points to bat roosts
No evidence found (no assessment) Based on: 0 studies
Retain or relocate access points to bat roosts
Conserve existing roosts within developments
No evidence found (no assessment) Based on: 0 studies
Conserve existing roosts within developments
Create alternative roosts within buildings
No evidence found (no assessment) Based on: 0 studies
Create alternative roosts within buildings
Change timing of building works
No evidence found (no assessment) Based on: 0 studies
Change timing of building works
Conserve old buildings or structures as roosting sites for bats within developments
No evidence found (no assessment) Based on: 0 studies
Conserve old buildings or structures as roosting sites for bats within developments
Maintain bridges and retain crevices for roosting
No evidence found (no assessment) Based on: 0 studies
Maintain bridges and retain crevices for roosting
Protect brownfield sites
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 1 study
Protect brownfield sites
Provide foraging habitat in urban areas
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 2 studies
Provide foraging habitat in urban areas
Retain or replace existing bat commuting routes within developments
No evidence found (no assessment) Based on: 0 studies
Retain or replace existing bat commuting routes within developments
Conserve old buildings or structures on agricultural land as roosting sites for bats
No evidence found (no assessment) Based on: 0 studies
Conserve old buildings or structures on agricultural land as roosting sites for bats

100 studies found

Bat diversity in montane rainforest and shaded coffee under different management regimes in southeastern Chiapas, Mexico

Biological Conservation

Based on: Estrada C.G., Damon A., Hernández C.S., Pinto L.S. & Núñez G.I.

(2006)
Use by bats of patches of residual trees in logged areas of the boreal forest

American Midland Naturalist

Based on: Hogberg L.K., Patriquin K.J. & Barclay R.M.R.

(2002)
Reduced-impact logging and temporal activity of understorey bats in lowland Amazonia

Biological Conservation

Based on: Castro-Arellano I., Presley S.J., Willig M.R., Wunderle J.M. & Saldanha L.N.

(2009)
Benefits of organic farming to biodiversity vary among taxa

Biology letters

Based on: Fuller R.J., Norton L.R., Feber R.E., Johnson P.J., Chamberlain D.E., Joys A.C., Mathews F., Stuart R.C., Townsend M.C., Manley W.J., Wolfe M.S., Macdonald D.W. & Firbank L.G.

(2005)
Life after logging: post-logging recovery of a neotropical bat community

Journal of Applied Ecology

Based on: Clarke F.M., Rostant L.V. & Racey P.A.

(2005)
Sex-specific summer roost-site selection by seminole bats in response to landscape-level forest management

Journal of Mammalogy

Based on: Hein C.D., Castleberry S.B. & Miller K.V.

(2008)
Evening bat summer roost-site selection on a managed pine landscape

The Journal of Wildlife Management

Based on: Hein C.D., Miller K.V. & Castleberry S.B.

(2009)

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