Myotis californicus

Loss of Human-made Roosts (Buildings and Bridges)

Scope Severity Immediacy
Insignificant Insignificant Insignificant
Summary Rank: H

This species does use abondoned structures, MYCA is not very common in CO, occurring primarily in dry canyons, semi-desert shrublands, and pinon-juniper woodlands, not overlapping significantly  with major populated areas in the state.  This species may also be somewhat transient, not spending much time at any particular roost, therefore less likely to be impacted by the closure of a single roost.  

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