Some of the bat locations that I recorded for my project were roost sites- which should have low uncertainty other than the level of precision of the GPS unit used to record the sites. However, other locations were recorded when bat calls were seen on an automatic acoustic monitor. These monitors could be picking up bats from up to 30m away in the right conditions, and so these locations are not as accurate as a roost site location. I think this kind of uncertainty is inevitable when trying to record bat locations.
There also seemed to be a decent amount of uncertainty when I was using remote-sensing environmental data to make species distribution models. Although I did not create the mean annual temperature, elevation, slope, river, etc. rasters that I used in my model, it was clear that they were not completely accurate. For example, some of the roost sites we recorded were quite close to a small stream, but this small stream was not recorded on the river raster that I was able to download. I think some uncertainty in environmental rasters is also inevitable, but the degree of uncertainty of each layer should be considered and reported.