MNAEP is excited to announce our March event will be a seminar on Minnesota bats by Andrew Herberg (DNR) and Andrew Horton (USFWS). Discussion will include topics such as the northern long-eared bat habitat use in Minnesota, population status based on recent surveys, 4d rule, white-nose syndrome research and potential remedies, and the outlook for potential federal listing of other Minnesota bats. A social hour will follow at the very awesome Dark Horse Bar & Eatery. We look forward to seeing you!
– Andrew Herberg, Mammal Specialist, Minnesota Biological Survey, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
– Andrew Horton, Fish & Wildlife Biologist, Minnesota-Wisconsin Field Office, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Biologist
WHERE: The seminar will take place at the DNR Offices located at 500 Lafayette Rd, St Paul. Free parking available in Lot #2 (see below map). Social hour will follow at Dark Horse Bar & Eatery at 250 East 7th St, St Paul.
Tuesday, March 20th
– 4:00 – 4:30: Meet and Greet
– 4:30 – 5:30: Seminar
– 5:45 – 7:00: Social Hour at Dark Horse
THIS MNAEP IS FREE FOR ALL ATTENDEES! But we’d still love for you to join — Memberships for 2018 are $40 for professionals and $20 for students. The membership or event fee can be paid via cash, check (“MNAEP”), or Venmo (@Minnesota-AEP185) at the day of the event. If you’re interested in joining MNAEP, please message us or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Featured image by USFWS Midwest Region