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Bats – Zoom Evening Meeting: Thursday, 24 September, 5 p.m.

September 16, 2020
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San Fernando Valley Audubon Society
is holding a ZOOM evening meeting.
You’re all invited.

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Online Presentation

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San Fernando Valley Audubon Society

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Bats of the Santa Monica Mountains: Ecology, Research Methods, and Conservation.

Guest Speaker:
Joey Curti
University of California, Los Angeles
Thursday, September 24, 2020 –  5 pm

Presentation on Zoom

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What do we know about the bats around us?
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Summary:
Joseph (Joey) Curti shares his wide-ranging and intimate familiarity with California bat populations – their life histories, their movements, the condition of their habitats, and how they are dealing with the challenges posed by human activity.

In addition to basic bat natural history and ecology, Joey will inform us about bat feeding ecology, bat conservation, and the methods that researchers on the forefront use in the study of these interesting animals.

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About the speaker:
With a passion for conservation and the outdoors inspired by an upbringing  near Yosemite NP, Joey has worked in variety of conservation projects including native habitat restoration and removal of invasive species from Santa Monica Mountain streams. Since completing his undergraduate degree at UCLA in Environmental Science and Conservation Biology, Joey has worked on bat conservation projects, including investigating the impact of pesticides on big brown bat (Eptesicus fuscus) and radio tracking migration of California leaf-nosed bats (Macrotus californicus).

Joey also assisted the National Park Service to plan and implement the North American Bat Monitoring Protocol (NABat) and is currently in the first year of his doctoral program at UCLA where he is studying the genomic impact of restricted population size in California Red-legged Frogs (Rana draytonii) and how road traffic  barriers act to restrict gene flow in California quail (Callipepla californica).



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Thursday September 24 at 5pm
SFVAS is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting:
Bats of the Santa Monica Mountains

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