Bats of New Hampshire
June 8 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Join UNH Cooperative Extension wildlife program manager Haley Andreozzi to discover the natural history of bats in the Granite State. Learn about the important ecological role these unique flying mammals play in our landscape, get the latest news on white-nose syndrome (a disease that has decimated some of our local bat populations), and find out how you can help.
In her role as the Wildlife Program Manager at UNH Cooperative Extension, Haley Andreozzi works with volunteers, landowners, natural resources professionals, and communities to enhance, restore, and conserve wildlife habitat throughout New Hampshire. She provides technical assistance for outreach, citizen science, and stewardship projects related to New Hampshire’s wildlife species and their habitats. Haley coordinates the NH Coverts Project and Speaking for Wildlife volunteer programs, and is a team member of Taking Action for Wildlife. She also coordinates landowner outreach, citizen science, and volunteer efforts related to species of greatest conservation need. She received her Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science & Natural Resources Management from the University of Rhode Island and earned a Master’s of Science in Wildlife & Conservation Biology from the University of New Hampshire.
You are invited to a Zoom meeting.
When: Jun 8, 2022 05:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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