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A selection of news related to EUROBATS and other bat conservation activities.
News items of previous years can be accessed in the Archive.

New issue of Hypsugo available online

A new issue of Hypsugo, the journal of bat research in Balkans, has recently been published, with the PDF version available online

This bulletin is a periodical, published by the Centre for Karst and Speleology (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Wildlife Conservation Society Mustela (Serbia) and Montenegrin Ecologists Society. 

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Response to recent accusation of bats as sources of EBOLA

EUROBATS Secretariat feels appropriate to publish following statement of the leading bat experts:

 

ELUSIVE EBOLA

 

by MB Fenton1, Rodrigo A. Medellin2, Ricardo Moratelli3, Paul A. Racey4, Nancy B. Simmons5 and Merlin D. Tuttle6

 

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Bats and Forestry leaflet translated to Ukrainian

We pleased to annonce that Dr. Elena Godlevska with a financial support of the Rufford Foundation has translated the leaflet to Ukrainian, which became the tenth language for this publication. It is available online both on the EUROBATS and UCEBA (Ukranian Centre for Bat Protection) websites. 

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Greek translation of Publication No. 6 available!

Greek translation of the “Guidelines for consideration of bats in wind farm projects”  has been published and available on EUROBATS website.

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EBRS 2017: Crowdfunding for students

The Organizing Committee of EBRS 2017 would like to offer the chance for bat students from Eastern Europe to attend the Symposium in Donostia.

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Second issue of Hypsugo Journal

The second issue of Hypsugo, the journal of bat research in Balkans, has recently been published, with the PDF version available online

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New website dedicated to Romanian bats

A new Romanian website, entirely dedicated to bats, was launched in 2017 in Romanian, Hungarian and English languages.  The Lilieci.ro portal’s and its team’s common purpose is to spread real information about bats and the benefits of their presence, but also to induce a positive change in the public attitude concerning bats. 

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New EUROBATS publication: Common names of European bat species

The publication contains common names for each of 53 bat species occurring within the area of EUROBATS Agreement enlisted in its Annex 1. Names are given in 50 European languages including all of the national and several regional ones.

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