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Seasonal restriction on tree cutting: Only cut trees when Indiana bats are hibernating or concentrated near their hibernacula. For project areas affecting Indiana bat swarming habitat (near hibernacula), only cut trees between November 15 and March For project areas affecting Indiana bat summer habitat, only cut trees between October 15 and March.

Manage a 5-mile radius around each hibernaculum. This requires a no tree removal zone within a 1-mile radius and managed (restricted tree removal based on TSI/Harvest plan with bat consideration) Indiana bat habitat within a 4-mile radius beyond the 1-mile no tree removal zone.

For any tree removal proposals within a one-mile radius of a known hibernaculum, please contact the State NRCS Office File Size: KB. Clear the Way for Bats. If you have federal funding or need to secure federal permits for your project in Ohio, Indiana, or Michigan, you need to be aware of tree clearing restrictions based on migratory bats.



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March 31 marks the end of the winter tree clearing season, so if you have your permits in order, don’t delay cutting on projects you. Jan 02, The species is called the Indiana bat because the first specimen described to science was found in southern Indiana's Wyandotte Cave in The Indiana bat is quite small, weighing only three-tenths of an ounce (about the weight of three pennies).

In flight, it has a wingspan of 9 to 11 inches. The fur is dark- brown to black- and the bat. Bat Presence/Absence Surveys: In areas that are NOT in a known Indiana bat buffer, the project sponsor can choose to perform presence/absence (P/A) surveys for Indiana bat. This method may be recommended for large projects that may require mitigation and/or if the project sponsor wants to cut trees during the active season.





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