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Learn Bat Research in Malaysia

Published on February 5, 2010
Written by Admin

The Seabcru Fellowship program sponsors three young researchers or students to join Dr. Tigga Kingston's research project at Krau Wildlife Reserve in Malaysia for one month. The program provides intensive training in ecological bat-research techniques as part of Dr. Kingston's long-term research program. The fellowships are modeled on the many workshops and training programs of the Malaysian Bat Conservation Research Unit and are intended to equip fellows with the capacity to implement the Seabcru research priorities.

This year's fellowship dates are May 1-29, 2010. The deadline for applications is February 22, 2010.













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