This study was done from August 2002 to August 2005.
“We found 30 bats in 2003 and 45 bats in 2004. We adjusted for search probability, search efficiency and scavenging rate and estimated total bat mortality at 587.78 ± 28.95 (95% CI) in 2003 and 785.87 ± 40.00 (95% CI) in 2004. …
“Bat mortality was substantial.”
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