International Bat Conference 2021

<p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>                Fledermäuse Überwinterung</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p>

Daubenton's bats hibernating in Nietoperek, Poland.

© Krzysztof Gajda

Bats have followed the human for centuries. They are threatened by habitat destruction and the increasing loss of their food source, insects. It is therefore all the more important to design and maintain large bat hibernation sites that are suitable for the species.

From October 26 to 28, 2021 the International Bat Conference "Protection of bat populations - threats, problems, practices, solutions" will take place via ZOOM.

We have put together a diverse program where bat experts from different European countries will share their knowledge and experiences about the conservation of large hibernation sites for bats like industrial buildings, bunkers, caves, etc. For example, the hibernacula "Alte Brauerei Frankfurt (Oder)" in Germany and the bunker complex "Nietoperek" in Poland will be presented.

Soon you will find here also an introduction of the speakers.

The participation is free of charge. The conference languages are English, German and Polish with simultaneous translation.

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<p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>                Cluster Großer Mausohren Winterquartier</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p>

Große Mausohren finden sich oft in großen Trauben, sogenannten Clustern, zusammen und verbringen so die kalte Jahreszeit.

© Krzysztof Gajda

Fledermäuse sind seit Jahrhunderten Kulturfolger. Sie sind bedroht durch Lebensraumzerstörung und den zunehmenden Verlust ihrer Nahrungsgrundlage, den Insekten. Umso wichtiger ist es, große Fledermaus-Winterquartiere artgerecht zu gestalten, bzw. zu erhalten.

Vom 26. bis 28. Oktober 2021 findet über ZOOM die Internationale Fledermauskonferenz “Schutz von Fledermauspopulationen – Bedrohungen, Probleme, Praktiken, Lösungen statt.

Wir haben ein vielfältiges Programm zusammengestellt, bei dem Fledermausexpertinnen und -experten aus verschiedenen europäischen Ländern ihr Wissen und ihre Erfahrungen zum Schutz von großen Winterquartieren für Fledermäuse wie Industriegebäude, Bunker, Höhlen usw. vorstellen.

Beispielsweise werden die Überwinterungsquartiere „Alte Brauerei Frankfurt (Oder)“ in Deutschland sowie die Bunkeranlage „Nietoperek“ in Polen vorstellt.

Zeitnah finden Sie hier auch eine Vorstellung der Vortragenden.

Die Teilnahme ist kostenlos. Die Konferenzsprachen sind Englisch, Deutsch und Polnisch mit Simultanübersetzung.

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The conference takes place within the Natura Viadrina + project, financially supported by the INTERREG VA Brandenburg - Poland 2014 - 2020 program of the European Union.

Die Konferenz findet im Rahmen des Natura Viadrina + Projektes statt, finanziell gefördert durch das INTERREG VA Brandenburg – Polen 2014 - 2020 Programm der Europäischen Union.

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