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Effects of environmental factors on capture rates of insectivorous bats, 1971–2005
Journal of Mammalogy
Understanding how environmental factors affect activity, number, and spatial distribution of bats in an area is necessary for interpreting capture rates and assessing abundance. Over a 34-year period, we examined the relationship between amounts of precipitation and activity of bats along a canyon floor in the San Mateo Mountains of New Mexico in the southwestern United States. For 1 night during each of 19 summers, we used identical sampling techniques to monitor this assemblage ofdoi:10.1644/11-mamm-a-107.1 fatcat:alaescheengsljr7j4dax7ta7u