Bats

Maternity colony social structure of myotis in British Columbia, Canada

Rensel, Leah J.; Hodges, Karen E.; Lausen, Cori L.


Recommended citation

Rensel, Leah J.; Hodges, Karen E.; Lausen, Cori L. (2022). Maternity colony social structure of myotis in British Columbia, Canada. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00265-022-03265-8

Cori Lausen

Cori Lausen

Director of Bat Conservation

WCS Canada comments on Canada's Critical Minerals Strategy, to Natural Resources Canada

WCS Canada comments on Canada's Critical Minerals Strategy, to Natural Resources Canada

Perpetuating current approaches and proceeding with an “extraction first” mentality is going to have massive climate consequences.
Justina Ray

Why we need to quickly close the gap between words and actions in Canada’s new Impact Assessment Act

Why we need to quickly close the gap between words and actions in Canada’s new Impact Assessment Act

The new bill remains a compromise that is unlikely to meet the government’s ambitious goals.
Justina Ray, Cheryl Chetkiewicz

What the State of Whales tells us about conservation in Canada

What the State of Whales tells us about conservation in Canada

Over half of Canada’s 40 whale species remain at some level of extinction risk.
Daniel Kraus, William Halliday, Stephen Insley