Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Units Program:
Education, Research and Technical Assistance for Managing Our Natural Resources

Staff Member

Michael Whitby


Research Publications Publication Date
Whitby, M. D., T. J. Kieran, T. C. Glenn, and C. Allen. 2020. Agricultural pests consumed by common bat species in the United States corn belt: The importance of DNA primer choice. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 303:107105. August 2020
Project Completion Date
Bat movements across transforming landscapes June 2018
Presentations Presentation Date
Warren, Z. A., Whitby, M.D., Allen, C.R., & Seguin, B. (2015, October). All ears: utilizing an acoustic grid to quantify bat activity in over agricultural fields. Oral presentation at the 2016 Natural Legacy Conference, Broken Bow, NE. September 2016
Warren, Z. A., Seguin, B., Whitby, M.D., and Allen, C.R. 2017. Looking back to move forward: A quantitative meta-analysis of Myotis septentrionalis roost selection. Oral presentation at the 2017 North American Symposium on Bat Research, Knoxville, TN. October 2017
Seguin, B. H., Warren, Z. A., Whitby, M.D., & Allen, C.R. Determining the habitat use of Nebraska bats: What scale is best? Midwest Fish & Wildlife Conference, Lincoln, NE. February 2017