Logging & Wood Harvesting

By NABCANABCA, on 17 Mar 2017 05:58

Threat Description

The impacts of forestry practices (including clear-cutting, selective logging, fuel wood collection, and charcoal production) in a semi-natural environment (non-plantation) that alter forested habitats used by bats for foraging and roosting. Potential impacts include direct loss of roost trees and roosting habitat, mortality from removal of occupied roost trees and negative impact of logging on insect prey abundance and diversity.

Perceived Importance of this Threat

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Mitigation Measures

General References
Insectivorous Bats and Silviculture: Balancing Timber Production and Bat Conservation
Responses of Tropical Bats to Habitat Fragmentation, Logging, and Deforestation

Forest Management & Bats
Forest Management Practices for Bats
Bats in Forests: Conservation and Management
Habitat Management Guidelines for Bats of Ontario
Relationships of three WNS-impacted species to Forest Condition
Managing coniferous production forests towards bat conservation
Indiana Bat Forestry Project
Forest Management Practices for Conserving Indiana Bats and Summer Habitat
Forest Management Guidelines for Indiana Bat Habitat

Habitat Conservation Plans
Lake States Forest Management Bat HCP

Challenges/Barriers to Addressing this Threat

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