This is the Washington State Bat Conservation Plan. It gives an overview of bat biology, habitat requirements, relationships to public health, legal and conservation status, conservation and management activities, and known or potential threats to bats. The plan summarizes the historical and current distribution and abundance of each of the 15 bat species found in Washington, with information also provided on identification, taxonomy, habitat, natural history, threats, and conservation measures. The plan also outlines strategies and tasks needed to implement conservation and protection of bats in Washington.
State of Washington Bat Conservation Plan
Hayes, G.; Wiles, G. (2013). State of Washington Bat Conservation Plan. Report by Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW). pp 150.