Bats

An Alternative Minimally Invasive Technique for Genetic Sampling of Bats: Wing Swabs Yield Species Identification

Player, D.;Lausen, C.;Zaitlin, B.;Harrison, J.;Paetkau, D.;Harmston, E.


Recommended citation

Player, D.;Lausen, C.;Zaitlin, B.;Harrison, J.;Paetkau, D.;Harmston, E. (2017). An Alternative Minimally Invasive Technique for Genetic Sampling of Bats: Wing Swabs Yield Species Identification. Wildlife Society Bulletin. https://doi.org/10.1002/wsb.803

Lorna Harris

Lorna Harris

Director of Forests, Peatlands and Climate Change Program

Cori Lausen

Cori Lausen

Director of Bat Conservation

Caribou a key test of federal resolve to protect species at risk

Caribou a key test of federal resolve to protect species at risk

Following right on the heels of Halloween, the federal government has released a very scary report on how caribou are faring across Canada.
Justina Ray

At-risk bats in race against speedway for existence

At-risk bats in race against speedway for existence

The Rosebud River valley is a sensitive riparian habitat for bats that will be affected by a proposed motorsport track.
Susan Holroyd, Cory Olson

Earth Day first aimed to save species. To do that, we need to think about more than one

Earth Day first aimed to save species. To do that, we need to think about more than one

Stories about individual animals capture media and public attention, but that focus must extend to the broader human and environmental systems threatening biodiversity.
Justina Ray