WBNPWatts Bar Nuclear Plant
WBNPWood Buffalo National Park (Northern Alberta, Canada)
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Male and non-reproductive female Little Brown Myotis are known to occasionally use karst caves in WBNP, Alberta, as summer day roosts; echolocation recordings suggest they do the same at the South Slave hibernaculum (Reimer and others 2014).
Little Brown Myotis have been observed hibernating in the NT south of Great Slave Lake and in WBNP, Alberta (Reimer 2013; Reimer and others 2014).
67 Point la Presse, Great Slave Lake Place name not found Sandy Lake, WBNP 36 60.
Other management implications for cougars in the NWT and WBNP are currently limited.
We also investigated another known cave in WBNP (Peace Point Cave; near Peace Point, Fig.
in WBNP may have a hibernation schedule similar to those of species of Myotis occurring farther south (Davis and Hitchcock 1965; Hall and Brenner 1968).
Because the thermal neutral zone of bats varies with latitude (Dunbar and Brigham 2010), bats hibernating in WBNP may have similar overall energy savings and expenditures during hibernation compared to southern conspecifics.
In conclusion, we found that WBNP is home to 2 migratory species (L.
Fewer data are available in the HAB files on this and subsequent outbreaks, as WBNP personnel were now overseeing carcass disposal operations.
Olson, Superintendent of WBNP, reported in a letter:
The discrepancy in reports of bloody discharge is one of the major differences between the early outbreaks around WBNP and the MBS outbreak, and its cause remains unknown.
WBNP and CWS officials believed that mixing between bison in the northeast portion of the Park and Hook Lake region occurred only occasionally.