International Berlin Bat Meeting. 6 International Berlin Bat Meeting, ch 2021. Scientific programme. Plenary talk by Felix Drexler (Charité Berlin, Germany) on ‘Bat coronaviruses (IZW) im Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V. Alfred-Kowalke-Straße 17 315 Berlin Deutschland. Telefon: 0049 (0) . International Berlin Bat Meeting, ch 2021. Login. Leibniz-Institut für Zoo- und Wildtierforschung (IZW) im Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V. Alfred-Kowalke-Straße 17 315 Berlin Deutschland. Telefon: 0049 (0) 30 5168 0 Fax: 0049 (0) 30 5126 4 E-Mail: [email protected] e Leibniz-IZW is an internationally renowned German research institute. It is part of e Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V. and a member of e Leibniz Association. Our goal is to understand e adaptability of wildlife in e context of global change and to contribute to e enhancement of e survival of viable wildlife populations. On a regular basis, e institute also offers IZW seminars on current topics in zoo and wildlife research and nature conservation. Upcoming events. 4 International Summer School on Stable Isotopes in Animal Ecology (14 – 18 , Berlin, Germany) 6 International Berlin Bat Meeting (ch 2021, Berlin, Germany). 3rd International Berlin Bat Meeting. Int Conf Diseases Zoo & Wild Animals. Int Conf Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics. (IZW) in e Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V. Alfred-Kowalke-Straße 17 315 Berlin Germany. Phone: 0049 (0) 30 5168 0. Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research (IZW) in e Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V. Alfred-Kowalke-Straße 17 315 Berlin Germany. German Bat Meeting SUNDAY 8:00 – 9:00 BREAKFAST 9:00 – :30 SESSION 6: CONSERVATION Chair: Christian Voigt 9:00 – 9:30 Christof Happ, Bruntje Lüdtke, Henrik Reers (UMIT, FrInaT, OekoFor) Vorstellung des F+E Vorhabens Umsetzung der Naturschutzforschung am Windtestfeld an Land 9:30 – 9:45 Daniel Lewanzik (IZW Berlin). 6 International Berlin Bat Meeting: e Human Perspective on Bats Where: Berlin - Langenbeck-Virchow facility in downtown Berlin. When: postponed to 24.-26. 3rd Berlin Bat Meeting: Bats in e An ropocene *: Student presentations, eligible for e Best Student Talk Ad (note at location is IZW, and not e conference venue at BfR!) 9:00-11:00 Behind- e-Scenes Tours at e Museum für Naturkunde :45-11:00 Integrating applied ecology and planning policy: e case of micro-turbines. 01, · For more information mail to [email protected] or check e web page at www.izwberlin.de (click on ‘English’, click on ‘Events’, click on ‘3rd Berlin Bat Meeting. So is e conservation of biological diversity rough protecting airborne animals such as birds and bats. However, when bats and birds die from collisions wi turbine blades a green-green dilemma arises at needs to be resolved. Parties involved in e planning and approval of wind turbine projects have contrasting views and interests. 12, · Professional appointments 09 ie Sklodowska-Curie Fellow at Bangor University, UK - Doral candidate, Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research (IZW) and Freie Universität, Berlin Topic: Navigation and orientation in migratory bats 08-09 Field assistant (IZW), DFG project Eco-physiology of migratory bats, Latvia 06 Field assistant (IZW), DFG project. 17, · A Romanian research team in cooperation wi e Leibniz-IZW investigated bat fatalities in a local wind farm over a period of four years. e wind farm, comprising twenty turbines, is located in e Romanian part of e Dobruja, a historical coastal region between e Danube and e Black Sea which forms e border between Romania and Bulgaria. 09/02 – /05 Research assistant at e IZW (Berlin), Group Christian Voigt: Olfactory communication in e greater sac-winged bat. Grants // prices // fundraising. /15-03/16 Fellow at e College for Life Sciences, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin 04/14 Freigeist-Fellowship of e VolkswagenStiftung. AAAS Annual Meeting 13 - 16 February As bats are relevant in planning processes due to eir high protection status, e results can contribute to effective management. February . Currently, ree projects including extensive banding of bats focus on migratory species in Europe.. Our collaboration between e Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research (IZW, www.batlab.de) in Berlin and e Latvia University of Agriculture explores e regional origin and overwintering grounds of bats migrating along e Latvian Baltic Sea coast. ey confirmed at migratory bats favour e energetically ''cheaper'' non-cellular (humoral) immunity during an immune challenge and selectively suppress cellular immune responses. Previous studies reported at fed bats and birds mostly use recently acquired exogenous nutrients as fuel for flight, ra er an endogenous fuels, such as lipids or glycogen. However, is pattern of fuel use be a simple size-related phenomenon because, to date, only small birds and bats have been studied wi respect to e origin of metabolized fuel, and because small animals carry. 07, · e IZW provides a number of conferences roughout e year, e next one being e 6 International Berlin Bat Meeting (IBBM), also taking place in Berlin, on e 23 rd-25 ch . I look ford to attending ano er of eir conferences soon. 20, · e international research team led by experts from e Leibniz-IZW investigated how common nule bats react to various features of e urban landscape in e larger Berlin . e metropolitan area of Berlin is mostly unsuitable as a habitat for bats because of e bright night sky. Dark corridors such as city forests, parks or watercourses, on e o er hand, are of great importance for commuting and foraging. People can hardly imagine a city wi out night-time street. Meetings. Meeting Announcements Scientists of e Leibniz-IZW and partners from e Ukraine - e Bat Rehabilitation Center of Feldman Ecopark and e Ukrainian Independent Ecology. New IZW publication on bat protection in wind farm projects available for download free of charge A new bat species confirmed for Europe: Plecotus gaisleri. BAT EVENTS. 31 ober . 4 Romanian Bat Conference. 22-24 ch 2021 6 International Berlin Bat Meeting will be held online International Bat . A Romanian research team wi e Leibniz-IZW in Berlin demonstrated at is leads to high dea rates of migrating bats and potentially large lines even in populations living in o er countries. Bat- Victim of a wind turbine blow. 16, · 4 international Berlin Bat Meeting. Berlín, Alemania, del 13 al 15 de zo de . Ya está cerrado el plazo para enviar comunicaciones, pero aún estás a tiempo de inscribirte. , · Correspondence au. E‐mail: [email protected] Search for more papers by is au. Ninety-Nin Annual Meeting American Society of Mammalogists Hyatt Evidence for distance and illuminance resholds in e effects of artificial lighting on bat activity, Landscape and Urban Planning, . 16/j.landurbplan.. e International dialing code calculator will show how to dial to Israel – Bat Yam from any location in e world, wi local area codes, trunk prefixes and international country codes. Aerial migration is e fastest, yet most energetically demanding way of seasonal movement between habitats. However, for many taxa, and bats in particular, we lack a clear understanding of e energy requirements for migration. Here, we examined e energetic cost and flight speed of e long-distance migratory Na usius’ bat (Pipistrellus na usii). 09, · A team from e Leibniz-IZW led by Dr. Tanja Straka undertook a self-administered online survey to analyze how values, beliefs, and emotions tods wind turbines and bats affect trust between stakeholders involved in is 'green-green' conflict in Germany. Overall, 537 representatives of six stakeholder groups participated in e survey. International Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics of Wildlife. 09/28/ to /01/. Berlin, Germany. International Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics of Wildlife Presented by e Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research (IZW) and e European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA). 13. Annual Meeting of e E ological Society. Potsdam, 26. - 28. February . Behaviour under Risk and Fear. Keynote speakers: Joel Brown (Chicago) Landscape of fear . ion East (IZW Berlin) Risk in human altered habitats. Jutta Schneider (Hamburg) Cooperative foraging in group-living spiders. Jens Krause (IGB Berlin) Proto-Cooperation. Infection of Nor American bats wi e keratin-digesting fungus Geomyces destructans often results in holes and ruptures of wing membranes, yet it is unknown whe er flight performance and metabolism of bats are altered by such injuries. I conducted flight experiments in a circular flight arena wi Myotis albescens and M. nigricans individuals wi an intact or ruptured trailing edge of. 13, · Over recent years, it became widely accepted at alternative, renewable energy come at some risk for wildlife, for example, when wind turbines cause large numbers of bat fatalities. To better assess likely populations effects of wind turbine related wildlife fatalities, we studied e geographical origin of e most common bat species found dead below German wind turbines, e nule bat. 09, · A team of e Leibniz-IZW led by Dr Tanja Straka undertook a self-administered online survey to analyse how values, beliefs, and emotions tods wind turbines and bats . Email: [email protected] cus Fritze PhD student in e Department of Evolutionary Ecology Phone: +49 (0)30 5168526 Email: [email protected] Zwilling Science Communication Tel: +49 (0. , · e production of shea trees (a bat‐dispersed species) was estimated to exceed 2·5 million metric tons each year (Lovett 2005), highlighting e relevance of bats as seed dispersers for species used by humans. Artificial light at night severely affect ese economies when pollinating and seed‐dispersing services of bats are reduced. 29, · Using stable isotope analysis, scientists showed at individual red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) have a narrower diet an might be expected from eir omnivorous habits. e population of . 27, · Forschungsverbund Berlin Sum y: (Leibniz-IZW) published in e and erefore play an important role in planning and approval procedures for wind turbines. Indeed, e high collision. Conservation planning tools can help evaluate protected area effectiveness under climate change , advocate new reserves for range-shifting species [4, 7], and incorporate climate adaptation into national assessments . Yet, because few analyses also incorporate e biodiversity im-pacts of o er an ropogenic reats, e ultimate planning. Andreas Wilting Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research Verified email at izw-berlin.de Kamran Safi Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior Verified email at ab.mpg.de S Kramer-Schadt Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research, Berlin Verified email at izw-berlin.de. Using ose materials, e team, which includes scientists from e Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research (IZW) in Berlin and e San Diego Zoo, believes at advanced reproductive. 23, · Despite a commitment by e European Union to protect its migratory bat populations, conservation efforts are hindered by a poor understanding of bat migratory strategies and connectivity between breeding and wintering grounds. Traditional me ods like k-recapture are ineffective to study broad-scale bat migratory patterns. Stable hydrogen isotopes (δD) have been proven useful. Cheetah populations are diminishing rapidly in eir natural habitat. One reason for eir line is ought to be a high susceptibility to (infectious) diseases because cheetahs in zoos suffer from high disease-induced mortality. Data on e heal status of free-ranging cheetahs are scarce, and little is known about eir exposure and susceptibility to infectious diseases. Myotis Velifer Incautus, Bat Flash Bats Need Your Help Myotis velifer incautus Indeed recently is being hunted by consumers around us, perhaps one of you personally. People are now accustomed to using e net in gadgets to see video and image information for inspiration, and according to e title of is post I will discuss about Myotis. VER is now PRG Gear. PRG Gear builds on e VER mission as e leading equipment-rental resource for e professional production community. We have e largest inventory of equipment available today, backed by trusted experts in all major production disciplines. Cooler, boat storage, reading outside and meeting new blog followers. ryangigs ember 03, . Where are we today? 50 Point conservation area Stoney Creek Ontario. clic a pic to enlarge it. It was a very cool night and e wind still beating on our coach. It really cooled down only 45f (7C) at 6 am..