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  • n. Plural form of hibernaculum.

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Examples

  • While conducting winter surveys of caves where bats hibernate, known as hibernacula, biologists and volunteers from VDGIF, the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation, the U.S.

    WHSV - HomePage - Headlines

  • Now, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is asking those who use caves where bats hibernate - called hibernacula - to take extra precautions and to curtail activities to help prevent the spread of WNS.

    Kingsport Times News - Daily 5

  • Fennel and miscanthus, verbena and teasel make good hibernacula for beneficial insects and their seed keeps the birds going in the cold periods as well as providing winter interest.

    Gardening jobs for November

  • A tough species willing to live in relic uranium mines, the public lands draft states: Populations find a mix of habitat conditions (including riparian areas and wetland ecosystems with diverse overstory and understory conditions) supporting a range of conditions for insect populations that support foraging, breeding, roosting, and hibernacula within the planning area, where the land is capable of doing so.

    Are Bats Standing In the Way of Uranium Boom? | Disinformation

  • There will be no one in the hibernacula-all the trainees chickened out, but the mission had to go ahead regardless.

    Tin

  • Considered one of the region's most important bat hibernacula, or hibernating spot, Elizabeth Mine has sheltered as many as 950 hibernating bats in the last few years, according to Vermont Fish and

    Senator Gillibrand moves forward on White-Nose Syndrome in Bats

  • These include bats flying near hibernacula during cold winter days, bats roosting just inside hibernacula, or dead bats lying outside the entrances.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • In addition, the northern most bat hibernacula in North America are located within this ecoregion.

    Mid-Continental Canadian forests

  • I would love to be able to get on INL during the spring when the reported thousands of rattlensakes emerge from their hibernacula.

    New Chernobyl?

  • Snakes tend to be rather groggy when they first emerge from their rock-crevice hibernacula.

    The Field Guide to Wildlife Habitats of the Eastern United States

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