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Building a better home for bats

The Globe and Mail 

To find the perfect hang, bats will seek out cliffs, caves and abandoned buildings. Some may also roost in human-built structures designed just for them. But not all bat houses are up to chiroptera code. A new best management practices guide for bat boxes developed by Wildlife Conservation Society Canada, the Canadian Wildlife Cooperative, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service guides the way.

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