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Ecology and Conservation of Bats in Towns and Villages

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By: Matthias Simon
264 pages, diagrams, tables
Ecology and Conservation of Bats in Towns and Villages
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  • Ecology and Conservation of Bats in Towns and Villages ISBN: 9783784336190 Paperback Dec 2004 Out of Print #172259
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In order to investigate the requirements of bats in their habitat more accurately, intensive observations were carried out in the area around the town of Marburg in Germany for five years and 15,000 bats were individually banded. This report sums up the research results. It provides practical methods to protect and care for bats in vaillages and towns.

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Out of Print
By: Matthias Simon
264 pages, diagrams, tables
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