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Nature Night: Bat Conservation in the Modern World

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When: Mar 13, 2018 from 07:00 pm to 08:30 pm

Join Portland Audubon for a night with Cris Hein of Bat Conservation International as he educates us on how we can change our behaviors to help advance and protect these mysterious creatures of the night.

*Important: This Nature Night will take place in the lower ballroom at Montgomery Park (2701 NW Vaughn St, Portland, OR 97210).

Join Portland Audubon for a night with Cris Hein of Bat Conservation International as he educates us on how we can change our behaviors to help advance and protect these mysterious creatures of the night. 

The perception of bats is shifting in a positive direction and more people recognize their intrinsic, ecological, and economic value. Yet, bats face unprecedented challenges around the world, such as persecution, disease, toxins, wind turbine-caused fatality, climate change, and habitat loss or alteration. Understanding how to resolve these issues is challenging because bats are notoriously difficult to study; they are small, nocturnal, volant, and emit sounds above our hearing range. 

However, advances in technology offer new insights into the biology and behavior of these animals and provide opportunities to develop solutions to these issues.

Tuesday March 13 at 7 p.m.
Montgomery Park
2701 NW Vaughn St

Montgomery Park is located at 2701 NW Vaughn St. Easy access through public transportation is available on Bus Line 77 and 15.

Call (503) 292-6855 for more details! This is sure to be a talk that will fill up fast, so we encourage you to grab your seat early! EXPRESS ENTRY is available by going to bit.ly/NATURENIGHT (this is not an RSVP but gains you quick access to the event).

Nature Night: Bats
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