#19 When Mammals Fly: Exploring the Natural History and Conservation of Bats

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In this episode we join leading bat experts Dr. Tom Rodhouse and Roger Rodriguez to discuss the natural history and conservation of bats. Tom and Roger reveal fascinating facts about bat biology while also discussing their research, and new impacts to bat populations in the Pacific Northwest and beyond.

To learn more about the Northwest Bat Hub: https://osucascades.edu/HERS/northwestern-bat-hub

To learn more about the North American Bat Monitoring Program: https://www.nabatmonitoring.org/#/home/welcome

To learn more about the disease, White-nose Syndrome: https://www.whitenosesyndrome.org/

To learn more about the issue of bats and wind energy: http://batsandwind.org/

To support this podcast click here: https://www.patreon.com/northwestnaturematters

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