Provide suitable bat foraging and roosting habitat at expanding range fronts
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The ability of bats to shift their ranges in response to climate change will depend on the availability of suitable foraging and roosting habitat. Protecting, creating or restoring suitable habitat at expanding range fronts may help bats to move to new areas. However, this intervention will also depend on the availability of dispersal routes between habitats. See ‘Enhance natural habitat features to improve landscape connectivity to allow for range shifts of bats’.
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This Action forms part of the Action Synopsis:Bat Conservation
Bat Conservation - Published 2021