It can be distinguished from its closest look alike, the little brown bat Myotis lucifugus.
Northern Long-eared Bat Occurrences by Town if your town is highlighted in yellow, please contact NYNHP to see whether your project site is within miles of a. Tree Cutting and Northern Long Eared Bat s. The Northern Long Eared Bat, is listed as. Threatened. by the United State Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), and is protected under the Endangered Species Act.
Document Purpose: Describe the process for streamlined consultation under the. 4. Seasonal restriction on tree cutting: Only cut trees when Indiana bats are hibernating or concentrated near their hibernacula. For project areas affecting Indiana bat swarming habitat (near hibernacula), only cut trees between November 15 and March For project.
Jan 15, The March 31 cutoff - meant to protect both the Indiana bat and its endangered cousin, the northern long-eared bat - sped up tree-clearing for the.
Adjacent landowners may want to plant trees and work on trees on the public right-of-way abutting their property.
Aug 09, David Lassman l [email protected] Eeek! Meet New York's 6 cave bats and 3 tree bats. Repulsive to many and feared by others, bats are amazing beneficial animals that have an undeserved Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins. Jan 22, Incidental take (see Definitions below) of northern long-eared bats is prohibited if it occurs as a result of removing a known occupied maternity roost tree or removing trees within feet of a known occupied maternity roost tree during the pup season from June 1 through July 31 or as a result of removing trees from within mile of a hibernaculum at any time of year.
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