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Women in Bat Conservation: Angie McIntire

Meet Angie, this week's #ScienceWoman in bat conservation! Angie is the Statewide Bat Management Coordinator for the Arizona Game and Fish Department

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Women in Bat Conservation: Kirsty Park

Biologist Kirsty Park would love to have the ability to fly, but she will need stronger nerves given she dislikes planes!                           

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Women in Bat Conservation: Laura Ellison

Laura has one warning for conservationists, "once you see bats up close, you may never want to work on anything else!"......           

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Women in Bat Conservation: DeeAnn M. Reeder

DeeAnn's work on disease ecology and bats has seen her work both in the United States and in South Sudan. Her work on White-nosed syndrome, a fungal infection in 

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Women in Bat Conservation: Leslie Sturges

Meet Leslie, president of The Save Lucy Campaign - created to raise awareness of white-nose syndrome and its devastating impact on North American bats 

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Women in Bat Conservation: Norma Monfort

Meet Norma, conservationist and protector of Montfort Bat Cave - the home of a large colony of 1.8 million Rousette fruit bats in the Philippines. 

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Women in Bat Conservation: Loren Ammerman

Meet Loren, a professor of biology and co-author of the book “Bats of Texas”. While her speciality may be the bats of Texas her work has taken her to Arizona, Costa Rica, Ecuador, and Malaysian Borneo.   

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Women in Bat Conservation: Tigga Kingston

Meet Tigga, an inspirational #ScienceWoman who is leading the advancement of bat research and conservation efforts in Southeast Asia.                             

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