Melbourne's Bat Box Monitoring Program
Once a month at Organ Pipes NP, Wilson Reserve and Burke Rd Billabong
Bat box monitoring
The Melbourne bat box monitoring program is an opportunity for you to assist in important research on the use of bat boxes by a wide range of bat species. Join the team, even if you just want to pop along to see a critter you’ve never seen before.
For more information, please visit the Bat box monitoring program website.
The Melbourne Mega Bat Count
Once a month (refer to website for next event)
Doveton and Yarra Bend
Be part of the longest-running monitoring program of any bat colony in the world. There are now two monthly counts, which are held at Yarra Bend near Fairfield, and Doveton, approximately 45 minutes south-east of Melbourne
For more information, please visit the Mega Bat Count website.
Tolga Bat Hospital
Visitor Centre tour
134 Carrington Rd, Atherton
The Bat Hospital Visitor Centre is 6 kms outside Atherton in far north Queensland, about an hour inland from Cairns. Tours are conducted daily from 3-6pm and bookings are essential. Enter an upside down world and meet the real stars of the night, both big and small. We have Advanced Ecotourism accreditation and a Certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor.
For more information, please visit the Tolga Bat Hospital website.
Cairns library grounds
Corner Aplin and Lake St, Cairns CBD
5.30pm on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays during school holidays
Find out about the spectacled flying-fox and other bats at Cairns Bat Chats these school holidays. Stay to watch the amazing evening fly-out as these large bats leave their daytime roosts to forage for blossom and rainforest fruit throughout Cairns and the region.
New colouring sheets for children and free stickers.
92nd Annual Meeting of the German Society for Mammalian Biology
Museum Alexander Koenig
17th - 20th September 2018
The 92nd Annual Meeting of the German Society for Mammalian Biology (DGS) will be hosted by the Zoological Research Museum Alexander Koenig in Bonn, Germany. The two foci of this year’s meeting will be ‘Mammal Research in Africa’ and ‘Conservation and Biogeography’, but there are also free topics. More details on the scientific program, the social program and tips on accommodation can be found on the conference website.