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Join us June 18th for a Bat Talk in Jackson, WY



It’s a bird, it’s a plane – no, it’s a bat! You may not realize just how important bats are but they provide vital services for us and our many different environments. From pollinating to pest-control, renewal to reforestation, bats save our world one ecosystem at a time. Join Bat Conservation International as we celebration of these unsung heroes at Museum of American Wildlife Art.

Bat Conservation International (BCI) is a nonprofit organization with members in 60 countries and a growing range of international partners. Founded in 1982, BCI uses science, education and conservation action to protect bats and their habitats around the world.

Presenters

A Walker
Andrew Walker, M. A.
Executive Director, Bat Conservation International

Bat Conservation International Executive Director Andrew Walker fell in love with bats at age five, on a family trip to Chautauqua, New York.  He served as a volunteer and staff person for 29 years with The Nature Conservancy before joining BCI in 2013.  A member of Phi Beta Kappa, he holds a master’s degree in international communications and agricultural technology transfer and undergraduate degrees in physics and English literature.

 


A Band
Anne-Louise Band
Board of Trustees, Bat Conservation International

Jewelry designer and sole proprietor of Annie Band Jewelry: designs created with recycled & ecofriendly metals and gemstones. Former bat research biologist, Cayman Islands, British West Indies; Bat House Research Project Coordinator, Jackson, Wyoming; actively involved in Jackson-area environmental issues.







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