A special public forum exploring the interactions between people and bats in a rapidly urbanising world will be held on April 11th at the University of Melbourne as part of the 15th Australasian Bat Society Conference.
This forum is for:
• Government environmental & biodiversity officers
• Ecological consultants, arborists, landscape planners
• Educators and students of environmental sciences
• Friends and naturalists groups
And anyone else interested in learning about bats and their management in the urban environment.
Hear expert presentations and join in the discussion on strategies to manage both microbat and flying-fox populations in urbanising landscapes. A range of key issues including urban planning, on ground management, tree pruning and community
education to be explored.
Please visit the Australasian Bat Society website for more information on the forum, including registration.