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Midwest Bat Working Group
Indiana State University
Terre Haute, Indiana
April 3-4, 2014

Day One | Day Two

Day One: April 3, 2014


Regulatory Session

Update on the USFWS Indiana Bat Summer Survey Guidance
R.A. King — U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service



Summer Survey Guidelines Clarification slide

Current Federal Listing Status of the Northern Long-eared Bat
J. Utrop - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service



Northern Long-eared Bat Interim Conference and Conservation Planning Guidance
J. Hogrefe - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service



Status Update on MYLU/PESU/MYLE
J. Reichard - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service



White-nose Syndrome:Current Status of the Disease and the Collaborative Response
R. Geboy - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service



Bats and Wind Energy Update
M. Schirmacher- Bat Conservation International.



Myotis Bats Need Forests
J. M. O'Keefe- Indiana State University



Forest Management and the Private Woodland Owner- An Industries Perspective
P. Myers- Superior Hardwoods



Habitat Conservation Plan for Bats on Indiana's State Forests
S. Houlton- Indiana Division of Forestry



NABCA: A Federation of Bat Working Groups
R. Mies- Organization for Bat Conservation



Wildlife Acoustic Update
P. Ullrich- Wildlife Acoustic, Inc.



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