Series: Irish Naturalists' Journal Occasional Publication Volume: 13
By: Kate McAney (Author), Ciara O’Mahony (Author), Conor Kelleher (Author), Andy Taylor (Author), Sinead Biggane (Author)
38 pages, 1 plate with 8 colour photos; 1 colour photo, 17 b/w illustrations and b/w distribution maps, 16 tables
Over a ten year period The Vincent Wildlife Trust undertook a number of winter and summer surveys along the west coast of Ireland in pursuit of the Lesser Horseshoe Bat. A range of structures were searched, both natural and man-made, resulting in the recording of over 8 000 bats. The long-term benefit of this work was the acquisition by the Trust of seven of the bat roosts and the subsequent enhancement of these: by 2011 these sites held 1 529 bats. This publication provides a background to the species, describes the surveys, presents the results, and makes conservation recommendations.
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