SCIENCE ON THE SOUND LECTURE
Feb. 20: Coastal Studies Institute to host “Science On The Sound” on North Carolina Bats

By on February 1, 2020

Eastern small-footed bat.

February 20 from 6 to 7 p.m
Coastal Studies Institute, 850 NC Highway 345, Wanchese

Join us for an evening lecture with Marissa Liverman, Citizen Science and Conservation Specialist at the Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education.

 

ECU Integrated Coastal Programs and the Coastal Studies Institute (CSI) are hosting a lecture on North Carolina bats century as part of its “Science on the Sound” lecture series. This series, held monthly, highlights information on coastal topics and issues in northeast North Carolina. This month, the program will feature Marissa Liverman, Citizen Science and Conservation Specialist at the Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Conservation.  Ms. Liverman’s presentation, entitled “Bats of North Carolina” will highlight these interesting creatures and ways you can get involved in bat conservation in North Carolina.  The program will be held at 6:00PM on Thursday, February 20 at the Coastal Studies Institute located on the ECU Outer Banks Campus at 850 NC 345 in Wanchese, NC. The presentation is free, and the public is welcomed and encouraged to attend.

Marissa Liverman with a Rafinesque’s big-eared bat.

ECU Integrated Coastal Programs and the Coastal Studies Institute (CSI) are hosting a lecture on North Carolina bats century as part of its “Science on the Sound” lecture series. This series, held monthly, highlights information on coastal topics and issues in northeast North Carolina. This month, the program will feature Marissa Liverman, Citizen Science and Conservation Specialist at the Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Conservation.  Ms. Liverman’s presentation, entitled “Bats of North Carolina” will highlight these interesting creatures and ways you can get involved in bat conservation in North Carolina.  The program will be held at 6:00PM on Thursday, February 20 at the Coastal Studies Institute located on the ECU Outer Banks Campus at 850 NC 345 in Wanchese, NC. The presentation is free, and the public is welcomed and encouraged to attend.

Come learn more about our flying furry friends and how you can dispel the many myths surrounding them. Bats are battling many conservation issues including white-nose syndrome which has caused mass mortality of cave-hibernating bats in North America.  Liverman will also discuss how the North Carolina Wildlife Resource Commission monitors bat populations across the state along with how you can be a bat steward here on the Outer Banks and help bats easily in your own backyards.

This program will be streamed live at https://www.youtube.com/unccsi and the online viewing audience will be able to ask the presenter questions via an online chat room.


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