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October 2021

Webinar: Bats of the peninsula and the Mexican southeast

October 12, 2021(CT)7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
virtual United States
Free

Join us for this live broadcast on Facebook and learn a little about the relationship between the Mexican bats of the southeast and the peninsula with the rock formations and caves. This cycle of virtual talks are organized to celebrate the international year of caves and karst! On this occasion, the biologist Carolina Rojas graduated from the National Autonomous University of Mexico will talk to us about this wonderful topic!

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Webinar: The lesser long nosed bat and its relationship with underground systems

October 13, 2021(CT)7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
virtual United States
Free

Join us in this fabulous talk about one of the most enigmatic pollinating bats and its relationship with caves and other underground shelters where they live! We will be accompanied by Nayelli Rivera, initiator of the BUM project (Urban Biodiversity of Mexico) and current secretary of the Coahuilense Association of Speleology.

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Webinar: Bat shelters: diversity of habitats and behaviors

October 14, 2021(CT)7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
virtual United States
Free

Join us in this magnificent live fb broadcast about the diversity of habitats that bats occupy as shelters in Colombia! On this occasion, we are accompanied by biologist Diana Ochoa, a graduate of the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana and collaborator in the Nycteris project! This series of talks corresponds to the celebration of the international year of caves and karst!

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Webinar: Where do the bats go? Experiences from Chile

October 19, 2021(CT)7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
virtual United States
Free

From Chile, we are accompanied on this occasion by the Chilean Bat Conservation Program! Talking a bit about recent work and experiences gained from working with these fabulous flying mammals! This series of talks correspond to the celebration of the international year of caves and karst!

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Webinar: Current status of the conservation of bats and their habitats in Cuba

October 21, 2021(CT)7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
virtual United States
Free

Do you want to know some success stories with the bat work on the island? You cannot miss this talk by Joel Monzon !, director of the CUBABAT project, who will tell us about some interesting facts about the conservation of bats in Cuba. This series of talks corresponds to the celebration of the International Year of Caves and Karst.

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Bat Crafts with Toronto Zoo

October 24, 2021 - October 31, 2021
virtual United States
Free

Looking for fun activities to do with the kids while learning about bats? Check out the Toronto Zoo's Bat Week event page for instructional, informative, videos on 7 different types of bat craft activities. https://www.torontozoo.com/bats https://www.torontozoo.com/tz/batweek

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Woodland Park Zoo’s Bat Week 2021 – Virtual Programs for Educators & Students

October 24, 2021(CT)11:00 am - October 31, 2021(CT)8:00 pm
virtual United States
Free

Educators! Bat Week is just around the corner. You don't want to miss this opportunity to engage your students in learning all about bats with Woodland Park Zoo and our partners, Bats Northwest. Join us October 24-31 for Bat Week 2021. We've planned a full week of presentations, games, crafts, and other batty distance learning activities. Sign up for a free educator account on our newest resource, Discovery Den, to access all our Bat Week content and much more. More…

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Live Reading of Stellaluna by Janell Cannon at the Toronto Zoo

October 25, 2021(CT)12:00 pm - 12:20 pm
virtual United States
Free

Join Toronto Zoo's Native Bat Conservation staff for a live reading of "Stellaluna" by Janell Cannon on Toronto Zoo's Facebook page at 1PM EST. This story is included in the National Education Association and School Library Journal's list of 100 best children's books of all time. This is the story of a young fruit bat who becomes separated from her mother and lands in a nest of baby birds, becoming an adoptive member of the bird family. The baby bat…

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Bat Week Celebration Cookbook – Wonders of Wildlife and Mission Conservation

October 26, 2021(CT)12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
virtual United States
Free

Bat Week is teaming up with Johnny Morris' Wonders of Wildlife National Museum & Aquarium and Mission Conservation to bring you the brand new Bat Week Celebration Cookbook. Thelma Redick (Bat Week organizing committee co-chair) and Jordi Segers (Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative) will talk about the value bats bring in pest control, pollination, and seed dispersal, through which we have access to a spectacular variety of ingredients in our every day cooking. Join us live on October 26 on Youtube:…

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Mission Conservation Bat Week Celebration Cookbook

October 26, 2021(CT)12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
virtual United States
Free

Johnny Morris' Wonders of Wildlife National Museum & Aquarium and Mission Conservation are hosting this Bat Week Celebration Cookbook Youtube live event. Thelma Redick (Bat Week organizing committee) and Jordi Segers (Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative) will talk about bats' amazing role in pollination, seed dispersal, and insect control, while sharing ideas for delicious recipes made from ingredients provided by bats' ecological services.

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Toronto Zoo Facebook Live- Sound and Echolocation

October 27, 2021(CT)12:00 pm - 12:20 pm
virtual United States
Free

Join the Toronto Zoo's Native Bat Conservation Program staff on a quick presentation on sound and echolocation. Live video will start from Toronto Zoo's main Facebook page. Hope to see you there! https://www.torontozoo.com/bats https://www.facebook.com/TheTorontoZoo

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Don’t Be Bat Blind! Myth Busting Nebraska Bats

October 27, 2021(CT)6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
virtual United States
Free

Bats are often very misunderstood creatures. Many people think they are blind, or that they are rodents with wings, or even that bats are extremely dangerous. Well, BUSTED! Many of these myths and stereotypes that bats have earned are not true! During this virtual information panel we will talk with the Nebraska Bat Experts from many different agencies across the state. During this informal science-café style event we want to hear your questions that our bat experts can help answer…

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B.A.T.S- Bats Aren’t That Spooky! Virtual Presentation

October 28, 2021(CT)8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
virtual United States
Free

In celebration of National Bat Week, Join Los Padres ForestWatch as we host an exciting virtual presentation and Q&A, ‘B.A.T.S- Bats Aren’t That Spooky’ with Miguel Ordeñana, wildlife biologist with the National History Museum of Los Angeles County. Miguel gave an amazing talk on Mountain Lions last month and in preparation for Halloween and Bat Week will be presenting on his large-scale study of bats in L.A.'s urban core, called the Backyard Bat Survey as well as more information on…

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