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Thursday, October 15, 2020
 

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Mon, Oct 26, 2020


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  Third Thursday Lunch & Learn - Things are Getting a Little Batty  
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Grab your lunch and join Mark Ford, associate professor of fish and wildlife conservation, to learn more about his research.

Can you imagine a Halloween without bats? In some parts of Virginia, the bat community is facing unprecedented threats from an invasive fungal disease, wind-energy expansion, and urbanization. This talk will address how Virginia Tech researchers have been working to better define distribution, current status, and habitat associations/needs within and surrounding the commonwealth. These efforts are leading to efficient ways to monitor bats to inform other stewardship needs to minimize negative impacts and maximize positive impacts.
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Location: Zoom
Price: Free of Charge - Registration Required
Contact: Heidi Stansfield
E-Mail: stansfield@vt.edu
540-231-5525
   
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