Roosting Sites

Some articles on roosting, roosting sites, sites:

Greater Noctule Bat - Ecological Interactions
... and is centralized around a specific group of trees that are used for roosting and breeding ... has been shown to travel between several roosting sites and to participate in several societies through radio tracking studies ... It has been noted that a lack of roosting sites near food sources could be the reason for the large home range that is displayed by the Greater Noctule Bat ...
Indiana Bat - Cover Requirements
... to individual roost trees from year to year if they are still suitable roost sites ... Males are more flexible, roosting in trees as small as 3 inches (8 cm) dbh ... The heights of the actual roosting sites are variable as well, ranging from 4.6 feet (1.4 m) to 59 feet (18 m) ...
Spotted Owl - Preferred Habitat - Foraging Habitat
... Although similar to nesting and roosting habitat requirements, foraging habitat requirements are likely less strict ... Like nesting and roosting sites, foraging areas are generally older, have higher canopy covers, greater tree densities, and more snags and coarse woody debris than random sites ... In northwestern California, foraging sites were older than sites that were infrequently used ...
Spotted Owl - Cover Requirements - Roosting Sites
... Characteristics of Spotted Owl roosting cover are similar to those of nesting cover ... For example, in Douglas-fir/hardwood forests of northwestern California, Northern Spotted Owl roost plots had significantly (P ...

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