Additional Bat Coverage

Online Extras - PCT News

A listing of bat-related websites and a directory of bat experts and resources.

September 24, 2013

Included in this month’s issue is a series of bat articles (page 32) from PCT as well as information from, the website for Bat Conservation International. The main article includes observations from two experts – Dr. Brock Fenton of the University of Western Ontario and Bat Conservation International Outreach Associate Dianne Odegard. Below is a listing of bat-related websites and a directory of bat experts and resources.


Bat Conservation International

Exclusion tips -


Exclusion devices -


Pest Control Canada: Bats






Dr. Brock Fenton                                


Behaviour and Ecology of Bats

University of Western Ontario


Fax: 519 661-3935



Dianne Odegard                               

Outreach Associate

Bat Conservation International




Photo library:  Meera Banta –


Bat Conservation International




U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Jan 17 2012 North American bat death toll exceeds 5.5 million from white-nose syndrome


BC Ministry of Environment

There are 16 species of bats in the province and all are protected from being killed and harassed under the provincial Wildlife Act.




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