London Natural History Society Free Online Talk: The Bats of Jamaica by Damany Calder

Date: Thursday 4 August 2022

Thursday 4th August 2022 from 7pm until 8pm BST.

Discover the bat species of Jamaica with Damany Calder.  Bats of Jamaica: the island of wood, water… and limestone caves.  Jamaica is a mountainous island composed mostly of limestone, with an outcrop of metamorphic and igneous rocks forming the backbone of the Blue Mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The countless limestone caves are home to many of the country’s 21 bat species, three of which are endemic. Damany Calder will take us on a journey to investigate their habitats and lifestyles, including that of the rare and endangered fig-eating bat.  For all the details and to book your place, please click here.

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