Data from: Habitat associations of bats in a working rangeland landscape

Rebecca T. Trubitt, Torre J. Hovick, Erin H. Gillam & Devan A. McGranahan
1. Land-use change has resulted in rangeland loss and degradation globally. These changes include conversion of native grasslands for row-crop agriculture as well as degradation of remaining rangeland due to fragmentation and changing disturbance regimes. Understanding how these and other factors influence wildlife use of rangelands is important for conservation and management of wildlife populations. 2. We investigated bat habitat associations in a working rangeland in southeastern North Dakota. We used Petterson d500x acoustic detectors...
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