Theriologia Ukrainica
(former Proceedings of the Theriological School)

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download pdfShpak, A. Hibernating bat species of Belarus: results of the work of the Minsk bat contact centre. Theriologia Ukrainica. 2018. Vol. 16: 135141.


 

title

Hibernating bat species of Belarus: results of the work of the Minsk bat contact centre

author(s)

Shpak, A.

affiliation

Black Sea Biosphere Reserve, NAS of Ukraine (Hola Prystan, Ukraine)

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Theriologia Ukrainica. 2018. Vol. 16: 135141.

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English, with Ukrainian extended summary, titles of tables, captures to figs, and references

abstract

Bat contact centres are organizations that exist in a number of countries and are engaged in popularization work, informational support for people facing bats, as well as rehabilitation and temporary maintenance of animals threatened with death during hibernation period. The data obtained during the activity of Minsk bat-contact centre during winter periods of 20072016 are presented in the article. In total, 108 hibernating specimens and 5 colonies of 6 species (V. murinus, N. noctula, E. nilssonii, E. serotinus, P. auritus, and P. kuhlii) were registered for 18 localities of Belarus. The dominant among the registered hibernating bats is V. murinus. At the same time, the expansion of the wintering range is shown for V. murinus, N. noctula, and P. kuhlii. The dynamics of the species registrations during the period of the activity of the Centre, as well as during the period of hibernation, are presented. The results of the Centres work show the high efficiency of such organizations for the monitoring of fauna and accumulation of scientific information.

keywords

bats, hibernation, range expansion, contact centre, Belarus.

   

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