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Women in Bat Conservation: Louise Saunders

Meet Louise, a bat educator and advocate in Australia. Louise has cared for thousands of sick and injured flying-foxes and other bat species 

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Women in Bat Conservation: Katie Gillies

Meet Katie, wildlife biologist and director of the BCI Imperiled Species Program for the USA and Canada.                      

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Women in Bat Conservation: Susan Loeb

Meet Susan, a research ecologist who has spent the past 15 years providing resource managers with the tools they need to conserve North American bat species.

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Women in Bat Conservation: Iroro Tanshi

Iroro is a phD student interested in the ecology and species distribution of bats in her homeland of Nigeria. She is also a strong advocate for environmental education 

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Women in Bat Conservation: Abigél Szodoray-Paradi

Meet Abigél Szodoray-Parádi, bat scientist and member of the Romanian Bat Protection Association     

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Women in Bat Conservation: Peggy Eby

Peggy shares her 'aha' moment and the inspiration she found while studying Australia's unique flying-foxes

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Women in Bat Conservation: Veronica Brown

Looking at bat poop can be cool! Veronica extracts DNA from guano to learn what our bats are eating - which is often agricultural pests!

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Celebrating Women in Bat Conservation

Women have played a large role in bat conservation. We are celebrating their contributions as a part of Women's History month              

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