Posts Tagged ‘Bats’

The Effect of White-Nose Syndrome on Bats: Behavioral Habits or Genetic Superiority

December 29, 2014

Through our experience at BioBlitz at the New York Botanical Gardens (NYBG) on September 6th, 2014, we were able to attain endless knowledge on bats. Our leader, Kaitlyn Parkins, informed us of the horrific white-nose syndrome (WNS). First documented in New York, WNS has spread rapidly across the eastern United States and Canada. WNS has […]

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The Difference in the Amount of Bat Recordings in Various Locations Within the New York Botanical Garden

December 18, 2014

This study will examine the bat activity in the New York Botanical Garden (NYBG), located in the Bronx. Although the NYBG has a variety of ecosystems that would be found in nature, it is also embedded into the urban landscape. Human activity, light pollution, and noise pollution are factors that could affect the activity of […]

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The Prevalence of Microbat Calls in the New York Botanical Garden

December 17, 2014

´┐╝´┐╝Which area in the New York Botanical Garden yields the largest number of microbat calls? http://macaulay.cuny.edu/eportfolios/seminar3posters/files/gravity_forms/1-f14ea90e75361cb91bd42582a860ee01/2014/12/AM-Bats.pdf Chris&na)Tsangouri,)Caroline)Pena,)Michael)Tirado,)Andrew)McAllister Kelly O’Donnell, Logan City College Bats, New York Botanical Garden

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