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Harrison Institute - Centre for systematics and biodiversity
Darwin trainee Ms Khin Mie Mie using a bat detector to record echolocation calls Key outputs of Year One (1st. April, 2002 - 31st. March, 2003) The Harrison Institute and ... karst caves and their dependent bat species from seven study areas A database of the echolocation calls of karst dependent bat species An identification guide to Myanmar bats, including field keys Zoological ...
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Conservation and Research
Bat Conservation International Learn all about bats, including bat facts, echolocation calls, and rabies and bats. Learn about how you can be come involved in protecting bats ...
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Hinterland Who's Who - Bats
Most Canadian bat species use echolocation calls that are ultrasonic (beyond the range of human hearing). A notable exception is the ... , including many species of moths, lacewings, crickets, mantids, and beetles, are sensitive to the echolocation calls of bats. This sensitivity allows these insects to avoid capture by flying away or ...
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Lubee Bat Conservancy :: Publications
Echolocation signal design in Kerivoulinae and Murininae (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) from Malaysia ." Journal of Zoology ( London ) 249 (03): 359-374. Published Journal Article 51. Kingston , T., G. Jones, et al. (2000). "Social calls ... Journal Article 71. Kingston , T., G. Jones, et al. (2003). "Alternation of echolocation calls in 5 species of aerial-feeding insectivorous bats from Malaysia ." ...
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Armando Rodríguez-Durán, Universidad Interamericana, Bayamón, PR S-11 *Differences in Flight and Echolocation Behavior of Myotis nattereri when Foraging near Coniferous or Deciduous Trees. Wiebke ... Calls within and between Colonies of Pallid Bats. Bryan D. Arnold* and Gerald S. Wilkinson, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20 Automatic Classification of Microchiropteran Echolocation Calls ...
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Bats (Hipposideros bicolor). Susan W. Murray* and Tigga Kingston, Boston University, Boston, MA Echolocation Behavior of Vespertilio murinus Foraging in Open and Edge Space. Andrea Schaub* and ... ; Bat Conservation International, Inc., Austin, TX A Technique for Obtaining a Library of Naturalistic Echolocation Calls from a Known Individual. Laura Nawojchik, Joe Wernet, and W. Mitch Masters*, Ohio ...
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Wildlife and countryside conservation promoted by the Northmoor Trust
Daubenton's Bats taking insects over ponds, and listen to the different echolocation calls of several species, using 'bat detectors'. Approximately fifteen active Badger Meles meles setts/holes are ...
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Ocean Alliance - EDUCATION - Whale Education Kit
Setting: Indoors and Outdoors Subjects: Science, Visual Art and Math Key Words: Echolocation, High frequency, Low frequency, Songs, Pod Background Information: If you dive deeper than twenty ... like dolphins, have developed very high-frequency sounds that appear to be used as contact calls for keeping together. These sounds don't travel very far underwater before becoming too ...
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Ocean Alliance - EDUCATION - Whale Education Kit
EDUCATION KIT - LESSON 5 Echolocation and the Web of Life Goals/Objectives: Students will: Learn about echolocation and how whales use it ... Zooplankton Background information: In Lesson Four we explained how whales utilize echolocation to hunt and locate prey, to choose the right direction ... the whale and the other is a shrimp. The whale calls in a deep voice, "whale," and the shrimp must answer ...
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(The captivity industry calls this training method positive reward.) 2. Depriving the dolphins of living in accordance ... sounds of many different frequencies to explore their ocean environment. With reflected sound, called echolocation or sonar, dolphins can 'see' elements that are invisible for animals -- including humans -- that ...
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