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East of England Conference

Date of next event: Spring 2020

This is a one day event for bat workers and bat enthusiasts who live or work in the East of England or who are members of bat groups in the region. The area covered includes: Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Hertfordshire, Middlesex, Bedfordshire, and Cambridgeshire.

 

The 2018 East of England Bat Conference was sponsored by Wildlife Acoustics. 

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The 2018 programme included:

  • An update on the work of the Bat Conservation Trust - Joe Nunez-Mino, BCT
  • Going batty - from a Local Authority Ecologist’s perspective - Sue Hooton, Place Services, Essex CC 
  • National Bats and Churches Project - Philip Parker, Philip Parker Associates
  • Lighting up the Landscape - Julie Day, University of Exeter
  • Bat Conservation in Africa - Emma Stone, Conservation Research Africa
  • Five minute bat group spotlight sessions will be scheduled between the main talks during the day
  • A Priorities Discussion Session for Bat Conservation in the East of England 

Workshops:

  • Introduction to Kaleidoscope Viewer,*
  • Surveying Buildings for Bats,
  • Anabat Insight Introduction,
  • Introduction to Advanced Survey Techniques for Bats,
  • Introduction to QGIS for Bat Groups,
  • Introduction to Bat Sound Analysis,
  • Social Media for Beginners,
  • Introduction to Project Licensing.

There was an exhibition area including stands from Wildlife Acoustics, Titley Scientific, NHBS, Peersonic and Wildlife & Countryside Services as well as some of the East of England bat groups, BCT and the National Bat Helpline.

 

If you have any questions about the East of England Bat Conference, or any other English regional conferences, please email Naomi Webster

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