"Improving the Pond Bat (Myotis dasycneme) habitats in Estonia“
9.30-9.50 Get-together and technical setup
9.50-10.00 Welcome by Silvia Lotman, Member of Board of Estonian Fund for Nature, Head of Species Protection Programme
10.00-11.00 What has been done in EstBatLIFE project and what is special in that? Lauri Klein, EstBatLIFE Project Manager
11.00-11.45 How Pond Bat and other bats became famous in Estonia? Kertu Hool, PR-Manager in Estonian Fund for Nature
11.45-12.00 Coffe/Tea and Gym-break
12.00-12.30 Exhibitions "Terribly adorable bats“ and poster exhibition about super powers of bats. Ulla Villem, Estonian Museum of Natural History, curator of exhibitions
12.30-13.00 What volunteers did for bats in the EstBatLIFE project? Kadri Aller, Head of the Voluntary Camps Office of Estonian Fund for Nature
14.00-15.00 Why was the EstBatLIFE project needed? How has an abundance of Pond Bat and visitor load in bat wintering sites changed before and during the project? Lauri Lutsar, Bat expert of the EstBatLIFE project and Estonian Fund for Nature
15.00-15.45 How are bats living in Estonia and what happens with Pond Bat after the end of EstBatLIFE project? Presentation of the draft of the Bat Species Protection Plan in Estonia. Oliver Kalda ja Rauno Kalda, Bat experts of EstBatLIFE project
15.45-16.45 How is Pond Bat living in Latvia? Viesturs Vintulis, the University of Latvia and Gunars Petersons Latvian University of Life Sciences and Technologies
16.45-17.15 Questions and discussion
There may appear changes in the agenda.
Please register before the 24 November (inc.). All registered participants get the link for the seminar via e-mail on the 25 November. (Registration has ended!)
NB! The seminar will be recorded and later accessible via Estonian Fund for Nature's YouTube channel and this webpage.