Sign Up for an Interdisciplinary Project!

September 22, 2022

If you were unable to attend IBRC in Austin, TX this past August, you can still sign up for any of the 15 different research or conservation project working groups! To learn more about each of the projects, go to our interdisciplinary projects page. You can join as a leader, member, or consultant depending on …

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Global South Bats joins GBatNet!

July 29, 2022

We are pleased to announce that Global South Bats is now a member network of GBatNet! Their mission is to connect and empower bat conservation allies in the Global South where locally-led research and wildlife protection are most needed. Go to their website to learn more about their work!

IBRC Pre-Registration

November 17, 2021

The pre-registration for international attendees who need a visa to enter the US for the 19th International Bat Research Conference on/50th North American Society for Bat Research on 7 -12 August 2022 in Austin, Texas (US) is now open. Please see the instructions on the IBRC website. This system should ONLY be used by attendees that …

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Chirovox – the bat call library

Unlike most birds and frogs that use audible sounds, bats usually make high pitched calls that are beyond the hearing range of humans. Bat detectors provide great opportunities to nature lovers and scientists to understand secret life of bats by eavesdropping on their sounds. To date, the widespread application of bioacoustics to observe bats is …

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19th International Bat Research Conference

The joint in-person meeting of the 19th International Bat Research Conference (IBRC) and the 50th Annual Symposium of the North American Society for Bat Research (NASBR) will be held on 7 to 12 August 2022 in Austin, Texas, USA. The purpose of this 5-day professional joint meeting is to share recent advances in bat research …

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Bat Hunting and Exploitation Observation Data Portal

Our Data Long-term monitoring of bat exploitation around the world Around the world, bats are hunted, traded, and killed. They are hunted for food, medicine, and as sport; are traded as souvenirs; and are persecuted. In order to understand this exploitation and how it impacts the persistence of bat populations globally, we at GBatNet are …

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