International Berlin Bat Meeting
The International Berlin Bat Meeting is organised by the Leibniz-IZW every one to three years. The conference focuses on current aspects of bat research and conservation of bats. It aims to promote an exchange of ideas between bat researchers, ecologists and conservationists, but also economists and social scientists, in order to highlight the importance of bats in ecosystems, to reduce human-wildlife conflicts and to develop, evaluate and strengthen measures for the conservation of bats.
Currently no scheduled events.
6th International Berlin Bat Meeting: The human perspective on bats (22nd - 24th March 2021, online)
Programme 2021 for Download (225 KB)
4th International Berlin Bat Meeting: Movement Ecology of Bats (13th – 15th March 2015, Berlin, Germany)
Programme 2015 for Download (3,4 MB)
Conference Proceedings 2015 for Download (1,6 MB)
Extended Conference Proceedings 2015 for Download (844 KB)
For organisational questions:
Conference organisation & Leibniz-IZW Academy
Tel: +49(0)30 5168-127
Conference organisation & Finances
Tel: +49(0)30 5168-459
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