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Habitat Biologist

Nevada Department of Wildlife

HQ Phone:  (775) 688-1500

Email: t***@***.org

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Nevada Department of Wildlife

1100 Valley Road

Reno, Nevada,89512

United States

Company Description

The Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) is the state agency responsible for the restoration and management of fish and wildlife resources, and the promotion of boating safety on Nevada's waters. NDOW is organized into seven divisions (law enforcement, game, f...more

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NDOW - Time to Appriciate Bats

www.ndow.org [cached]

Typically this would require a person to pick it up or handle it in some fashion, said Tracy Kipke, a habitat biologist for the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW).
Though bats generally only give birth to one pup per year, there are some species in Nevada that will have more than one, said Kipke.


NDOW - About NDOW - News

ndow.org [cached]

The best way to avoid waking them is to stay out of caves and mines where bats might be roosting for the winter," said Tracy Kipke, a habitat biologist for the Nevada Department of Wildlife.
It's especially important that we respect bats, as they are beneficial to the environment and help to reduce the number of pesky insects. We also have to respect them because many of them are in trouble, mostly due to loss of habitat, said Kipke. The spotted bat is threatened in Nevada, and a number of species are protected as well.


NDOW - About NDOW - News

www.ndow.org [cached]

The best way to avoid waking them is to stay out of caves and mines where bats might be roosting for the winter," said Tracy Kipke, a habitat biologist for the Nevada Department of Wildlife.
It's especially important that we respect bats, as they are beneficial to the environment and help to reduce the number of pesky insects. We also have to respect them because many of them are in trouble, mostly due to loss of habitat, said Kipke. The spotted bat is threatened in Nevada, and a number of species are protected as well.


www.nevadawildlife.org

"Thanks to multi-agency cooperation, the blitz was a great success towards continuing efforts to protect Nevada's bat species," said Tracy Kipke, habitat biologist for NDOW. Bats are an important part of Nevada's ecosystem, which is home to 23 different bat species, many of them in peril due to loss of habitat and other factors.Kipke said that the purpose of the survey was to gather the information needed to determine appropriate methods to secure the mines for bat resources in the area."For example, if data shows a mine to be important habitat for bats, a bat gate may be installed to allow the bats to continue to use the mine while keeping humans out and safe," she said.


NDOW - About NDOW - News

www.ndow.org [cached]

"Thanks to multi-agency cooperation, the blitz was a great success towards continuing efforts to protect Nevada's bat species," said Tracy Kipke, habitat biologist for NDOW. Bats are an important part of Nevada's ecosystem, which is home to 23 different bat species, many of them in peril due to loss of habitat and other factors.Kipke said that the purpose of the survey was to gather the information needed to determine appropriate methods to secure the mines for bat resources in the area."For example, if data shows a mine to be important habitat for bats, a bat gate may be installed to allow the bats to continue to use the mine while keeping humans out and safe," she said.


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