Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center
Ajello, L. 1969. A comparative study of the pulmonary mycoses of Canada and the United States. Public Health Rep. 84(10):869-877. Allen, G. M. 1962. Bats. Dover Press, New York. 368 pp. Anderson, L. J., and W. J. Winkler. 1979. Aqueous quaternary ammonium compounds and rabies treatment. J. Infec. Dis. 139(4):494-495. Anderson, L. O. 1970. Wood-frame house construction. U. S. Dep. Agric. Agric. Handb. 73. 223 pp. Anderson, L. O., and G. E. Sherwood. 1974. Condensation problems in your house: prevention and solution. U. S. Dep. Agric., Forest Serv., Agric. Inf. Bull. 373. 39 pp. Anonymous. 1975. DDT used against rabid bats under Section 18 Crisis Exemption. Pestic. Chem. News 3(38):4. Anonymous. 1977. Bats in Gotham City. New York City, Communicable Dis. Newsl. 3(6):1. Anonymous. 1978. QMC mini bat detector. Bat Res. News. 19(3): 1. Anonymous. 1980a. Ask OHJ. The Old House Journal 8(10):150. Anonymous. 1980b. Weatherstripping. The Old House Journal 8(9):128-129. Anonymous. 1980c. Tax breaks you can get for saving energy: a state-by-state guide. Changing Times, September 1980. 4 pp. Anthony, E. L. P., and T. H. Kunz. 1977. Feeding strategies of the little brown bat (Myotis lucifugus) in southern New Hampshire. Ecology 58(4):775-783. Barbour, R. W., and W. H. Davis. 1969. Bats of America. University of Kentucky Press, Lexington. 285 pp. Barclay, R. M. R., D. W. Thomas, and M. B. Fenton. 1980. Comparison of methods used for controlling bats in buildings. J. Wildl. Manage. 44(2):502-505. Beck, J. R., and W. B. Jackson. 1977. Considerations in testing vertebrate pesticides to be used in disease-control activities. Pages 195-205 in W. B. Jackson and R. E. Marsh, eds. Test methods for vertebrate pest control and management materials. Am. Soc. Test. Materials (ASTM) STP 625. Bellwood, J. J., and M. B. Fenton. 1976. Variation in the diet of Myotis lucifugus (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae). Can. J. Zool. 54(10):1674-1678. Bottrell, D. R. 1979. Integrated pest management. Council on Environmental Quality, Washington, D. C. 120 pp. Buchler, E. R. 1976. A chemiluminescent tag for tracking bats and other small nocturnal animals. J. Mammal. 57(l):173-176. California Department of Health Services. 1977. Bat rabies control policy. California Department of Health Services, Berkeley, Calif. Campbell, C. A. R. 1925. Bats, mosquitoes and dollars. Stratford Co., Boston. 265 pp. Centers for Disease Control. n.d. DDT for bat control. CDC guidelines for the use of DDT in the control of bats. Centers for Disease Control. 9 pp. Centers for Disease Control. 1980. Rabies prevention. CDC, Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 29(23):265-280 (HHS Publ. (CDC) 80-8017). Clark, D. R., Jr. 1981a. Death in bats from DDE, DDT or Dieldrin: Diagnosis via residues in carcass fat. Bull. Environ, Contam. Toxicol. 26:367-374. Clark, D. R., Jr. 1981b. Bats and environmental contaminants: A review. U.S. Fish Wildl. Serv., Spec. Sci. Rep.-Wildl. 235. 27 pp. Conroy, C. A summary of state bat legislation. Bull. Natl. Speleol. Soc. 42(4):67. Constantine, D. G. 1958. An automatic bat-collecting device. J. Wildl. Manage. 22(1):17-22. Constantine, D. G. 1967. Rabies transmission by air in bat caves. Public Health Serv. Publ. 1917. 51 pp. Constantine, D. G. 1970. Bats in relation to health, welfare, and economy of man. Pages 319-449 in W. A. Wimsatt, ed. Biology of bats. Academic Press, New York. Constantine, D. G. 1979a. Bat rabies and bat management. Bull. Soc. Vector Ecol. 4:1-9. Constantine, D. G. 1979b. An updated list of rabies-infected bats in North America. J. Wildl. Dis. 15:347-349. Constantine, D. G. 1981. Batproofing of buildings by installation of valve-like devices in entryways. J. Wildl. Manage. In press. Cope, J. B. 1959. Build bats out. Pest Control 27(8):28-29. Davis, R. B., C. F. Herreid II, and H. L. Short. 1962. Mexican free-tailed bats in Texas. Ecol. Monogr. 32:311-346. Davis, W. H. 1970. Hibernation, ecology, and physiological ecology. Pages 265- 300 in W. A. Wimsatt, ed. Biology of bats. Academic Press, New York. Davis, W. H., and G. B. Hitchcock. 1965. Biology and migration of the bat, Myotis lucifugus, in New England, J. Mammal. 46(2):296-313. Edgerton, H. E., R. F. Spangle, and J. K. Baker. 1966. Mexican free-tailed bats: photography. Science 153:201-203. Emmons, C. W. 1958. Association of bats with histoplasmosis. Public Health Rep. 73(7):590-595. Fenton, M. B. 1970. A technique for monitoring bat activity with results obtained from different environments in southern Ontario. Can. J. Zool. 48(4):847-851. Fenton, M. B., J. J. Bellwood, J. H. Fullard, and T. H. Kunz. 1976, Responses of Myotis lucifugus (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) to calls of conspecifics and to other sounds. Can. J. Zool. 54(9):1443-1448. Fenton, M. B., S. L. Jacobson, and R.N. Stone. 1973. An automatic ultrasonic sensing system for monitoring the activity of some bats. Can. J. Zool. 51(2):291-299. Geluso, K. N., J. S. Altenbach, and D. E. Wilson. 1976. Bat mortality: Pesticide poisoning and migratory stress. Science 194(4261):184-186. Gile, P. L., and H. O. Carrero. 1918. The bat guanos of Puerto Rico and their fertilizing value. Puerto Rico Agric. Exp. Stn. Bull. 25. 66 pp. Godin, A. J. 1977. Wild mammals of New England. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore. 304 pp. Gould, E. 1955. The feeding efficiency of insectivorous bats. J. Mammal. 36:399-407. Greenhall, A. M., and J. L. Paradiso. 1968. Bats and bat banding. U. S. Fish Wildl. Serv., Resour. Publ. 72. 47 pp. Greenhall, A. M., and G. Stell. 1960. Bionomics and chemical control of free- tailed house bats (Molossus) in Trinidad. U. S. Fish Wildl. Serv., Spec. Sci. Rep.-Wildl. 53. 20 pp. Griffin, D. R. 1934. Marking bats. J. Mammal. 15(3):136-141. Griffin, D. R. 1970. Migrations and homing of bats. Pages 233-264 in W. A. Wimsatt, ed. Biology of bats. Academic Press, New York. Hamilton-Smith, E. 1966. Portable Constantine trap. Austr. Bat Res. News 5:2-3. Harrje, D. T. 1978. Details of the first-round retrofits at Twin Rivers. Energy and Buildings 1(3):271-274. Hill, E. P., III. 1970. Bat Control with high frequency sound. Pest Control 38(9):18. Hoff, G. L., and W. J. Bigler. 1981. The role of bats in the propagation and spread of histoplasmosis: A review. J. Wildl. Dis. 17(2)191-196. Humphrey, S. R., and J. B. Cope. 1976. Population ecology of the little brown bat, Myotis lucifugus, in Indiana and north-central Kentucky. Am. Sue. Mammal. Spec. Publ. 4. 81 pp. Hurley, S., and M. B, Fenton. 1980. Ineffectiveness of fenthion, zinc phosphide, DDT and two ultrasonic rodent repellers for control of populations of little brown bats (Myotis lucifugus). Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 25:503-507. Internal Revenue Service. 1980. Residential Energy Credit Regulations. Federal Register 45(179):57717-57718. Jennings, W. L. 1958, The ecological distribution of bats in Florida. PhD. Thesis. University of Florida, Gainesville. 126 pp. Jones, C. 1971. The status of populations of bats in the United States. Second Symposium on Bat Research, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 26-27 November 1971. Keen, R., and H. B. Hitchcock. 1980. Survival and longevity of the little brown bat (Myotis lucifugus) in southeastern Ontario. J. Mammal. 61(1):1-7. Kolz, A. L., and G. W. Corner. 1975. A 160-megahertz telemetry transmitter for birds and bats. Western Bird Bander 50(2):38-40. Krzanowski, A. 1955, A new type of box for the forest bats. Chronmy Przyr. Ojezysta 11(3):25-27. Kunz. T. H., and E. L. P. Anthony. 1977. On the efficiency of the Tuttle bat trap. J. Mammal. 58(3):309-315. Kunz, T. H., E. L. P. Anthony, and W. T. Rumage III. 1977. Mortality of little brown bats following multiple pesticide applications. J. Wildl. Manage. 41(3):476 483. Laidlow, W. J., and B. Fenton. 1971. Control of nursery colony populations of bats by artificial light. J. Wildl. Manage. 35(4):843-846. LaVal, R. K., and M. L. LaVal. 1980. Ecological studies and management of Missouri bats, with emphasis on cave-dwelling species. Mo. Dep. Conser. Terr. Ser. 8. 53 pp. Leedy, D. L., R. M. Maestro, and T. M. Franklin. 1978. Planning for wildlife in cities and suburbs. U. S. Fish Wildl. Serv., Off. Biol. Serv. (FWS/OBS-77/66). 64 pp. Leffler, J. W., L. T. Leffler, and J. S. Hall. 1979. Effects of familiar area on the homing ability of the little brown bat, Myotis lucifugus. J. Mammal. 60(1):201-204. Lera, T, M., and S. Fortune. 1978. Bat management in the United States: A survey of legislative actions, court decisions, and agency interpretations. U. S. Environ. Prot. Agency 905/3-78-001. 50 pp. Luckens, M. M., and W. H. Davis. 1964. Bats: Sensitivity to DDT. Science 146(3646):948. Marsh, R. E., and W. E. Howard. 1977. Vertebrate control manual: VII. Bats. Pest Control 45(10):24-39. Mohr, C. E. 1972. The status of threatened species of cave-dwelling bats. Bull. Natl. Speleol. Soc. 34(2):33-47. Mohr, C. E. 1976. Bat scare stimulates research. Seventh Annual North American Symposium on Bat Research, Gainesville, Florida, 15-16 October. 1 p. Morgan, D. F. 1977. Recognition and management of pesticide poisonings. U. S. Environ. Prot. Agency, Off. Pestic. Program EPA 540-77-0130. 75 pp. National Academy of Sciences. 1973. Control of rabies. National Research Council, Subcommittee on Rabies. 27 pp. National Geographic Society. 1981. A special report in the public interest ENERGY: Facing up to the problem, getting down to solutions. National Geographic Society Special Report, Washington, D. C., February 1981. 115 pp. National Research Council. 1980. Urban Pest Management. National Academy Press, Washington, D. C. 273 pp. Nelson, E. W. 1926. Bats in relation to the production of guano and the destruction of insects. U. S. Dep. Agric., Bull. 1935. 12 pp. Petit. M. G. 1978. Imperiled bats of Eagle Creek Caves. Nat. Hist. 87(3):50-54. Phillips, G. L. 1966. Ecology of the big brown bat (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) in northeastern Kansas. Am. Midl. Nat. 75(l):168-198. Pimentel, D. 1971. Ecological effects of pesticides on non-target species. Office Science and Technology, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C. 220 pp. Pratt, H. D. 1958. Ectoparasites of birds, bats, and rodents and their control. Pest Control 26(10):55-56, 60, 94, 96. Rothchild, J. 1980. Put your house to work saving money for you. Exxon marketing Publications. Second edition. Exxon Company, Houston, Texas. 64 pp. Scott, H. G. 1963. Bats: Public health importance and control. Center for Disease Control (CDC), Atlanta. 6 pp. Silver, J. 1935. Eliminating bats from buildings. U. S. Dep. Agric., Leaflet 109. 5 pp. Silver, J., and J. C. Jones. 1951. Control of bats. U. S. Fish Wildl. Serv., Wildl. Leafl. 333. 4 pp. Smith, R. J. 1979. Rodent repellers attract EPA strictures. Science 204:484-486. Stebbings, R. E. 1974. Artificial roosts for bats. Q. J. Devon Trust Nat. Conserv. 6(3):114-119. Stebbings, R. E. 1976. Focus on bats: A guide to their conservation and control. Society for the Promotion of Natural Conservation, London. 6 pp. Tidemann, C. R., and D. P. Woodside, 1978. A collapsible bat trap and a comparison of results obtained with the trap and with mist nets, Aust. Wildl. Res. 5:355-362. Tosh, F. E., and R. J. Weeks. n.d. Histoplasmosis control: Decontamination of bird roosts, chicken houses and other point sources. U. S. Public Health Serv., CDC Publ. 00-3021. 10 pp. Trimarchi, C. V. 1978. Rabies and the bat researcher: An update and pre- exposure immunization and the new vaccines. Bat Res. News 19(l):30. Tuttle, M. D. 1974a. Bat trapping: Results and suggestions. Bat Res. News 15:4-7. Tuttle, M. D. 1974b. An improved trap for bats. J. Mammal. 5(2):475-477. Tuttle, M. D. 1979a. Status, causes of decline, and management of endangered gray bats. J. Wildl. Manage. 43(1):1-17. Tuttle, M. D. 1979b. Bats, order Chiroptera. Pages 47-76 in T. B. Allen and S. L. Scott, eds. Wild animals of North America. National Geographic Society, Washington, D. C. Tuttle, M. D. n. d. Suggestions for building bat houses and attracting bats. Milwaukee Public Museum, Vertebrate Division. 2 pp. (mimeo) U. S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. 1980. Urea-formaldehyde foam insulation; Proposed Notice to purchasers. Federal Register 45(113): 39434-39444. U. S. Department of Energy. 1977. Ever hear of retrofit? A guide for the home remodeler. U. S. Dep. Energy, DOE/0001. 22 pp. U.S. Department of Energy. 1978. An assessment of thermal insulation materials and systems for building applications. Division of Buildings, Community Systems, BNL-50862/UC95d. 282 pp. U. S. Department of Energy. 1979. Residential conservation service program. Federal Register 44(217):64681-64727. U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. 1975. In the bank ... or up the chimney? A dollars and cents guide to energy-saving home improvements. Federal Energy Administration. 73 pp. U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1972. EPA compendium of registered pesticides. Vol. IV. Rodenticides, and mammal, bird, and fish toxicants. Pesticides Registration Division, Office Pesticides Programs. U. S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1976. The Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act. As Amended. (Public Law 92-516, 21 Oct. 1972 as amended by Public Law 94-140, 28 Nov. 1975.) 22 pp. U. S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1980. IN RE Bradley Exterminating Company, Richfield, Minnesota, DOCKETT No. 1. F. & R. V-604-C, May 8, 1980. Venters, H. D., W. R. Hoffert, J. E. Scatterday, and A. Hardy. 1954. Rabies in bats in Florida. Am. J. Public Health 44:182-185. White, V. P. 1975. Grants: How to find out about them and what to do next. Plenum Press, New York. 354 pp. World Health Organization. 1973. WHO Expert Committee on rabies-Sixth Report. WHO Tech. Rep. Ser. 523. 55 pp.