The Canadian Wildlife Federation’s bat team worked hard this spring and summer to promote bat conservation. The goal of this program is to ensure the long-term survival of Canada’s at-risk bats and to keep more common bat species from becoming at-risk. Our focus this season was to expand our bat house citizen science project and to carry out a study tracking the movement patterns of bats once excluded from homes. Both of these initiatives focused on bats that inhabit human structures, such as barns or attics. The findings of the tagging and tracking study from this summer will be summarized in a final report and made available to advance bat conservation.​

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