"Another .. spot is made use of by daws (corvi monedulæ) as a place to breed in, and that is Stonehenge. These birds deposit their nests in the interstices between the upright and the impost stones of that amazing work of antiquity: which circumstance alone speaks the prodigious height of the upright stones, that they should be tall enough to secure those nests from the annoyance of shepherd-boys, who are always idling round that place."
- disturb bats while they occupy a structure or place used for shelter or protection,
- obstruct access to a place of shelter or protection.
- damage or destroy their breeding sites and resting places (even when bats are not present)