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Bioacoustics Webinar: Creatures of the Night

Join Wildlife Acoustics on October 7th at 10 AM ET/ 3 PM BST for their bioacoustics webinar, Creatures of the Night: How Sound Shines a Light on Species Active at Night. At this event, participants will learn about how bioacoustic tools are used to study and understand nocturnal species like wolves, bats, and even birds! Register for this webinar here.

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Creatures of the Night: How Sound Shines a Light on Species Active at Night

Time: Oct 7, 2021, 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

As darkness falls, some animals are just beginning to stir and awaken. These creatures of the night have adapted to hunt, eat, wander and migrate under the comfort of darkness. Because of their elusive nature, bioacoustics can be one of the most effective ways to find and study them. In this webinar, you'll learn about what sound reveals about wolves, bats, and nocturnal birds… without necessarily having to stay up all night.

This webinar will be held over Zoom. Each presenter will have a 15 minute pre-recorded presentation followed by 15 minutes of live Q&A. Feel free to ask the questions in the chat, and upvote the questions in the Q&A feature.

Presentation topics will include:

- Uncovering the Nighttime Secrets of Wild Wolves

- The Nocturnal Life of Birds in the Brazilian Pantanal

- Using Bioacoustics to Survey and Monitor Bats Worldwide

Register for this webinar here.

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