Idaho winter hibernaculum survey datasheet: [Kid’s Cave, Bingham County]

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Abel, Becky


p.[2] (2015)

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Corynorhinus townsendii, Kid's Cave, Myotis ciliolabrum, Townsend's Big-Eared Bat, Western Small-footed Myotis


This hibernaculum survey data form and accompanying diagram result from a survey conducted 19 February 2015 at Kid's Cave in Bingham County, Idaho. Included in the pages are observer names, location information, temperature and humidity measures, tallies of bats observed, and a diagram of the cave. Townsend's big-eared bats (1,932) and western small-footed bats (25) were observed within the cave. None displayed signs (visible fungus) of white-nose syndrome, and no dead bats were observed. Eight Towsend's big-eared bats and seven western small-footed bats were swabbed for white-nose syndrome testing.


ELECTRONIC FILE - Zoology: Mammals

Note that the survey date is noted twice as "2/19/15," but the form itself is labeled "...Winter 2015/2016 hibernaculum survey...."