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Wildlife at the Watering Hole - July - Dr Leroy Gonsalves

  • 15 July 2024
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Rose of Australia Hotel, 6 Swanston St, Erskineville, NSW, 2043.

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Nightly movements of the 'SELEBS' of the bat world

Dr Leroy Gonsalves

Come along and learn about the fine-scale movements of the nationally threatened bat species, the South-eastern Long-eared Bat in a habitat mosaic in the Pilliga forests.

About Leroy:

Leroy is a Research Scientist in the Forest Science Unit of the NSW Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development. His research focuses on the responses of bats and other fauna to forest management and disturbance, in particular forest thinning and fire. Leroy also undertakes spatial modelling for threatened species and uses AI to develop recognisers for automated identification of acoustic forest monitoring data. Leroy is the current President of the Australasian Bat Society.

The Royal Zoological Society of NSW aims to promote and advance the science of zoology and protect, preserve and conserve the indigenous animals of Australasia and their associated habitats

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