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Bats are Amazing But are Facing Several Conservation Challenges

April 22 at 7:30 PM

Speaker: Dr. Robert Barclay

Topic: Bats are Amazing But are Facing Several Conservation Challenges

Dr. Robert Barclay is a professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Calgary. He teaches in courses spanning first year undergraduate to graduate, focusing on ecology, animal biology and conservation biology. He and his students conduct research on questions involving those topics, focusing mostly on bats. Although most of the research is done in western and northern Canada, he has had the opportunity to work in Australia, southern Africa and Central America.

Thank you to the Red Deer River Naturalists for making this presentation available to our entire Nature Network.

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Dr. Robert Barclay sitting in a bat cave with bats flying overhead

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