NASBR CELEBRATORY Webinar

50 Years of Bat Research
Foundations and New Frontiers

This webinar was held on November 20, 2020.  Over 300 people from 21 countries attended the webinar.  A recording is below and if you wish to contact any of the presenters please click on their names in the schedule. We look forward to seeing you at our next webinar.

NASBR CELEBRATORY Webinar

50 Years of Bat Research
Foundations and New Frontiers

2:00-2:05 -- Welcome and Introduction by Burton Lim

Memories of NASBR and bat research by decades:
2:05-2:10 -- Moderated by Gary Kwiecinski (intro to history; and quick intro before each speaker)

2:10-2:15 -- 1970s - Brock Fenton, Western University
2:15-2:20 -- 1980s - Rick Adams, University of Northern Colorado
2:20-2:25 -- 1990s - Jorge Ortega, Instituto Politécnico Nacional
2:25-2:30 -- 2000s - Tigga Kingston, Texas Tech University
2:30-2:35 -- 2010s - Dana Green, University of Regina
2:35-2:45 -- Q&A

Book chapter presenters:
2:45-2:50 -- Moderated by Amy Russell (intro to book; and quick intro before each speaker)

2:50-2:55 -- Contributions of Women to NASBR - Fred Frick, Bat Conservation International
2:55-3:00 -- Nectar-feeding Bats - Juan Moreira-Hernandez
, University of Missouri-St. Louis
3:00-3:05 -- Bats, Bat Flies, and Fungi -
Danny Haelewaters, Ghent University
3:05-3:15 -- Q&A

3:15-3:20 -- Final Words and Closing - Burton Lim


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