Bat Educator Workshop on the BATS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Saturday, October 27, 2001, 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Esquimalt Room, Victoria Conference Center
The North American Symposium on Bat Research is the organizer
of this teacher workshop in conjunction with its annual meeting being held
in Victoria. This workshop is provided as a community service each
year to the city where the NASBR meets.
7:30 a.m. Registration
8:00 Welcome and Introductions
Cullen Geiselman, Bat Conservational International,
and the local host committee Kerrie Post and Laura Friis,
Stn. Prov. Govt.
8:15 Get Acquainted Activity
8:30 The Bats of British Columbia
David Nagorsen, Royal British Columbia Museum
9:15 Biosonar -- Teaching the Physics
Denise Tomlinson, Florida Bat Center / Organization for
10:30 Involving the Public in Bat
Cullen Geiselman, Bat Conservation International
11:30 Guano Happens!
Stuart Perlmeter, Springfield Public Schools, Oregon
This workshop is intended primarily for teachers,
educators, and other persons interested in the biology of bats. There is
a modest workshop fee (CAN $16 or U.S. $10) to cover the cost of refreshments
and expenses; the fee is due with your registration form.
is required and the workshop is limited to 30 people. Although NASBR
participants are welcome to attend if space allows, workshop materials
are provided for workshop registrants only. Please contact Kerrie
Post or Pat Morton
more information or registration materials.
Generous sponsorship and donations provided by: The
LUBEE Foundation, Bat Research News and Bat Conservation