Get to Know the Faces of Bat Week

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As Bat Week approaches, meet some of the partners involved in this multi-national initiative and find out how you can participate. New this year, Bat Week puts the spotlight on five species of concern in North America – the “Faces of Bat Week.” Join us on this webinar to learn their stories and find out why every species and every bat is important.

You’ll learn:

  • How you can participate in Bat Week to raise awareness and take action to help bats
  • Get to know the spotlight species from your area and across North America
  • How to use the resources on the updated Bat Week website, which is launching in early October


  • Mylea Bayless, Senior Director of Network and Partnerships, Bat Conservation International
  • Andrew King, Fish and Wildlife Biologist , U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  • Dennis Krusac, Endangered Species Specialist, U.S. Forest Service
  • Frank Quamen, National Wildlife Program Lead, Bureau of Land Management
  • Thelma Redick, Senior Director, Conservation Content & Partnerships, Wildlife Habitat Council
  • Jordi Segers, Canadian National Bat White-nose Syndrome Scientific Program Coordinator,  Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative
  • Kim Winter, PhD, NatureWatch National Program Manager, U.S. Forest Service

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