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Title: The Kootenay Community Bat Project: 2005 Summary Report

Authors: Juliet Craig and Mike Sarell

Year: 2006

Report Abstract
The Slocan Valley Bat Project (SVBP) was initiated in 2004 to raise awareness about bats and their conservation, identify local bat species and their roost sites, and to provide a resource to residents with bats on their property. The overwhelming enthusiasm from residents in the Slocan Valley and surrounding area, and the success of the project in identifying local bat species, led to the expansion of the SVBP in 2005 and its renaming as the Kootenay Community Bat Project in 2005. For a more detailed overview of the objectives and methodology of the project please see Slocan Valley Bat Project: A Community Approach to Bat Inventory and Conservation (Craig and Sarell 2004)

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