21st Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Bat Diversity Network &
26th Annual Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern U.S.
February 18-19, 2016
Join us for the 21st Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Bat Diversity Network (SBDN Meeting) and 26th Annual Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern U.S. (Mammal Colloquium), February 18-19, 2016, in Guntersville, Alabama. This joint meeting will bring together conservation biologists, private and public land managers, private consultation organizations, educational institutions, citizen scientists, and outdoor enthusiasts across a 16-state region in the Southeast. Presentations on the latest mammalian conservation and research will be given and discussed. The Mammal Colloquium will provide a forum for student and professional oral and poster presentations on any topic related to mammals.
Registration: Click here to register!
Student: $50 ($80, after January 21); Non-Student: $80 ($110 after January 21)
Vendor: Sponsorship includes registration (Click here)
Lodging: Lake Guntersville State Park Lodge (http://www.alapark.com/lake-guntersville-state-park): Lodge Rooms: $88.00 (Bluff side – Queen), $75 (Parking lot side – Queen); Chalets (2 Bedroom/1Bath, Full Kitchen): $125/night (2-night minimum).
Program Overview: Program coming soon!
18 Feb (AM) – Working Group Meetings (Spotted Skunk, Potentially others [TBD])
18 Feb (PM) – Plenary; SBDN Business Meeting; Social/Poster Session/Silent Auction
19 Feb – Mammal Colloquium (Breakfast and Lunch Provided)
Call for Abstracts for poster and oral presentations!
Plenary Session: The SBDN meeting on Thursday will include a plenary session with invited speakers focused around a topic of interest to bat researchers. Topics are still being developed and more detail will be given as soon as topics are finalized.
Mammal Colloquium: We invite all interested parties with research topics involving mammals to present findings in either an oral (Fri) or poster presentation (Thurs PM). We encourage students, professors, researchers, and policy makers to share their knowledge.
Questions? Contact the local host committee at email@example.com.