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|Highlight ID||Title||Strategic Program Area(s)||Year||Station|
|A Landscape Model for Predicting Roost Habitat of the Endangered Indiana Bat in the Southern Appalachians|
The endangered Indiana bat commonly roosts in yellow pines in the Southern Appalachians. Forest Service scientists at the agency’s Southern Re ...
|Wildlife and Fish||2016||SRS|
In a recent study on the Nantahala National Forest in western North Carolina, Forest Service scientists investigated the importance of riparian ...
|Wildlife and Fish||2010||SRS|
|The Forest Service Publishes a Plan for the North American Bat Monitoring Program|
A new Forest Service report provides detailed guidelines for participating in the plan, an international multiagency program created to provide ...
|Wildlife and Fish||2015||SRS|
|Tracking the Decline of Bats in North America|
Though it's well known that bats in North America are declining rapidly from white-nose syndrome (WNS), wind energy development and other causes ...
|Wildlife and Fish||2014||SRS|