The following is a partial list there are a lot more to add, so check back

2012 New -

  Finn, Laura S. & Thomas G Finn. Bat Management: Excluding Bats from Man-Made Structures. Chapter 8 in Bats in Captivity Volume 4. Legislation and Public Education. Susan M Barnard editor. Logos Press

 

2011

  Urban Bat Management. Presented at the 2011 International Urban Wildlife Planning and Management Conference. 22-25 May 2011, Austin TX

 

2009

  Finn L S, B French, M.Goodman, J.Hurley, & B.Nix. Bat Management Plan. Southwest Technical Resource Center for IPM in Schools. 6 pp.

 

2008 Finn, Laura S. --

 2008 Camp Blanding Bat Survey. Florida Army National Guard Camp Blanding Joint Training Center, Clay County, Florida. Final Report submitted to Bio-Tech Consulting Inc, Orlando, FL. 15 December 2008. 34 pp

 

2007

 Whitaker JO, Brooks M, Scott L, Finn L S, Smith CL.. Food Habits Of Rafinesques Big-Eared Bat From Florida. Florida Scientist: Vol. 70, No. 3 pp. 202206

 

2005

  Urban Bat Management. Presented at Florida Wildlife Control Association Annual Meeting 19 Feb 2005, Orlando, FL

 

2004

 Bat Survey at TyndalL Air Force Base, Bay County Florida. Final Report to Coastal Zone Resources, Inc and GeoTech Environmental. 17 July 2004. 12pp

 Bat Survey of five United States Naval Properties Located in Duval and Putnam Counties, Florida. Final Report to Florida Natural Areas Inventory. 17 June 2004. 12 pp

 Mission Lake Bat Survey at Moody Air Force Base. Final Report to GeoMarine. 27 February 2004. 9 pp

 Habitat use by the southeastern big-eared bat, corynorhinus rafinesquii macrotis, in the lower reedy creek swamp. Interim Report to the South Florida Water Management District. February 2004 6pp

 Iinterim Report (4) 15 May 2004. 6pp

 

2003

 Survey for Rafinesques Big-eared Bat (Corynorhinus rafinesquii macrotis) and Southeastern Myotis (Myotis austroriparius) in the Ocala National Forest (Contract #6310). Draft Final Report to United States Forest Service, Lake George Ranger District. 08 September 2003. 5pp

 Habitat use by the southeastern big-eared bat, corynorhinus rafinesquii macrotis, in the lower reedy creek swamp Interim Report to The South Florida Water Management District: 15 May 2003 4pp.

 

2002

 The population status of three bats (Corynorhinus rafinesquii macrotis, Eptesicus fuscus, and Eumops glaucinus floridanus) in the south Florida ecosystem. Interim report submitted the USFWS June 2002: 2 pp.

 Bat Conservation and Research on Sedgwick and Avalon Plantations. Final report to Bat Conservation International: 20pp.

 Habitat use by the southeastern big-eared bat, corynorhinus rafinesquii macrotis, in the lower reedy creek swamp. .Interim Report 1 to The South Florida Water Management District: 30 June 2002

 Interim Report (2) 15 September 2002. 3 pp

 

2001

  Artificial Roosts: Possibilities for Enhancing Habitat. Presented at the Sixth Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Bat Diversity Network and the Eleventh Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern United States. Memphis, TN. 2223 Feb. 2001.

 Bats in Buildings Program. Presented at the Wildlife Control Technologies & National Wildlife Control Operators Association 2001 Seminar. Las Vegas, NV. 05 February 2001

 Presented at the 2001 Annual Meeting, Critter Control - SE Region. Ft. Lauderdale, FL. 17 February 2001

 Species at risk bat survey. Florida Army National Guard, Camp Blanding training site. Clay County, Florida. Final Report to the USGS Florida Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit: 58pp. 01 November 2001

 The population status of three bats (Corynorhinus rafinesquii macrotis, Eptesicus fuscus, and Eumops glaucinus floridanus) in the south Florida ecosystem. Interim report submitted to the USFWS 30 August 2001: 5 pp.

 French, Barbara, Laura S. Finn and Mark Kiser. Bats in Buildings: An Information and Exclusion Guide

 

2000

 Bats in Buildings. Presented at the 30th Annual North American Symposium on Bat Research., Miami, FL September 2000

 Habitat use by the southeastern big-eared bat, Corynorhinus rafinesquii macrotis, in the Lower Reedy creek swamp. Final report to the Nature Conservancy, South Florida Water Management District and Bat Conservation International. 20 December 2000. 101pp

 Interim Report (4) 1 January 2000. 5pp

 Interim Report (5) 31 March 2000 4pp

 

1999

 Habitat Use by the Southeaster Big-eared bat, Corynorhinus rafinesquii macrotis, in the Lower Reedy Creek Swamp. Interim Report (1) to the Nature Conservancy and South Florida Water Management District. 28 May 1999. 16pp

 Interim Report (2) 26 August 1999. 3pp

 Interim Report (3) 30 September 1999. 16pp

 Interim Report (4) 1 November 1999. 15pp

 Finn, LS; Thomas G. Finn and Traci Bittle. Preliminary Results of a Corynorhinus rafinesquii Radio Tracking Project at the Southern Edge of the Species Range. Presented at the 29th Annual North American Symposium on Bat Research. Madison, Wisconsin. October, 1999 P.170 Bat Research News

 

1998

 Volusia County Bat Survey. Final Report. 30 September 1998 15pp

 Environmental Parameters and Use of Abandoned Trailer and 'Bat-condo' by the Southeastern Big-eared Bat Corynorhinus rafinesquii macrotis on the Disney Wilderness Preserve. Final Report to Florida Nature Conservancy. 30 June 1998. 31 pp.

 Teaching students about bats. Abstracts presented at the Florida Academy of Sciences Meeting. Winter Park, FL March 1998. P. 52 in Florida Scientist, Program Issue.

 

1997

 The bat fauna on the disney wilderness preserve and the occurrence of a rare species: Corynorhinus rafinesquii. Abstracts Presented at the 27th Annual North American Symposium on Bat Research. Tucson, AZ. P.108 in Bat Research News,

 Bat House Use in Central Florida, With Emphasis on Tadarida brasiliensis cynocephala and Nycticeius humeralis . MSc. Thesis, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL.

 The Use of Bat Houses in the Management of Central Florida Bats. The Bat House Researcher. 5(1):5-6

 Relocating central Florida bats: Can it be done? Abstracts Presented at the Florida Academy of Sciences Meeting. Punta Gorda, FL March 1997. P. 36 in Florida Scientist, Program Issue.

 Roosting and Foraging Ecology of a Southeastern Big-eared bat, Corynorhinus rafinesquii macrotis, Maternity Colony in Central Florida. Report to the Florida Nature Conservancy and the University of Central Florida. 31 January 1997 6 pp.

 Environmental Parameters and Use of Abandoned Trailer and 'Bat-condo' by the Southeastern Big-eared bat, Corynorhinus rafinesquii macrotis, on the Disney Wilderness Preserve. Interim Report to the Florida Nature Conservancy. 31 October 1997. 11 pp

 

1996

 Relocating Central Florida bats: Can it be done? Presented at the 26th Annual North American Symposium on Bat Research, Bloomington, Illinois, Oct, 1996.

 A relocation attempt for two bat species: from building to bat house. Presented at the Sixth Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals in the South and Central United States. Somerset, KY. 29 Feb01 March 1996.

 A bat survey of the Disney Wilderness Preserve and the occurrence of a rare species - Plecotus rafinesquii. Presented at the Florida Academy of Sciences Meeting. Melbourne, FL. March 1996

 Release of Hand-Raised Pups. Chiropteran Care, 2(3):1-2.

 Roosting and Foraging Ecology of a Southeastern Big-eared bat, Corynorhinus rafinesquii macrotis, Maternity Colony in Central Florida. Final Report to the Florida Nature Conservancy. 1 January 1996. 18 pp + supplement.

 

1995

 Roosting and Foraging Ecology of a Southeastern Big-eared bat, Corynorhinus rafinesquii macrotis, Maternity Colony in Central Florida. Interim Report to the Florida Nature Conservancy. 1 August 1995. 3 pp

 Plecotus rafinesquii macrotis in Florida, with emphasis on a central Florida maternity colony. Presented at the 25th Annual North American Symposium / 10th International Symposium on Bat Research. Boston, MA August 1995.

 Bat house use in central Florida, with emphasis on Tadarida brasiliensis cynocephala and Nycticeius humeralis. Poster Presented at the 25th Annual North American Symposium / 10th International Symposium on Bat Research. Boston, MA. August 1995

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