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Special Bats in Griffith Park - Miguel Ordenana - Shared screen with speaker view
Allegra Padilla (she/ella)
20:07
love the bat in the Dodgers hat!
Freda Shen
20:36
Agree!
Kian Schulman
30:58
they eat termites like crazy!
Gerry Hans (FoGP)
36:34
I think the Griffith Park survey was 2009.
carolynmwest
39:10
Do you advise a bat box? I presume it would need to be in a cooler shaded area? I think my best location would be too hot?
Kian Schulman
43:06
what is the bat detector?
Mary Proteau
46:47
Have you found any evidence of inter-species communication?
Gerry Hans (FoGP)
49:35
Boy has LA learned that about its biodiversity!
Brenda Rees
50:10
i Naturalist ROCKS!!
Maryanne Pittman
51:11
What are the different ways you have of detecting bats (nocturnal & fast), both as a researcher and as a community scientist?
carolynmwest
57:11
Did you mean that Big Brown Bat is a bad bat for our area?
Laura
57:39
so cool
Christine
58:50
is there a way to get more information on volunteering or offering our backyard for the bat detector?
Mary Proteau
59:00
how can individual residents (home/apt dwellers) make the urban landscape more bat friendly?
Allegra Padilla (she/ella)
01:03:14
There needs to be funding for someone to help moderate the chat :)
George Grace
01:03:19
Is white nose syndrome widespread in the LA area? Has it been detected in Griffith Park?
Anna Josenhans
01:06:22
Great story!
Mary Proteau
01:08:32
OMG
carolynmwest
01:08:41
Can you email where to find the form to apply for bat study?
lucy
01:09:08
That’s incredible
JJ JJ
01:09:45
AMAZING🦇
Mary Proteau
01:09:58
As always, a fabulous presentation, Miguel. thank you and thanks to FoGP for making this possible
Christine
01:10:14
Thank you!!! I would like to participate!! ^v^
JJ JJ
01:10:40
THANK YOU MIGUEL🦇🦇🦇
lucy
01:11:06
Fantastic Miguel. I’d actually go to a football game if I could monitor bats!
Linda Reinhart
01:11:06
Thank you, great presentation!
Laurie Crogan
01:11:16
OMG!! FANTASTIC! Yes citizen scientists! Im in WEHO 90046.
Maryann Kuk
01:12:04
I’ve often seen bats at dusk (next to SL Reservoir) and found one in my bedroom a few years ago. I’d love to help survey.
Ernesto O
01:12:22
thank you for your information.am very happy that the bats are our neighbors.
Linda Barnes
01:15:32
I live with a canyon in my backyard. I see bats coming out of the canyon at dark dusk but I can’t see what kind of bat they are.
Linda Ginn
01:15:46
Now that we can see Miguel on speaker view, could he please show us his bat box that he was showing us during the presentation?
spatcannon
01:16:20
When we lived in the UK, a local park organised bat walks at dusk and lent out hand held bat detectors to use. It was great. Is that something Griffith Park would be interested in doing?
Kian Schulman
01:20:06
we have a family of a couple of dozen Mexican freetail bats in a crack in our house every year from April to August.
Maryanne Pittman
01:20:13
Thank you!
Lisa Beezley-Lippman
01:20:20
We get the zig zag Western Red Bats on our street at dusk in Glendale Woodlands.
Kian Schulman
01:20:32
what is their seasonal breeding habits?
Brenda Rees
01:20:49
bats@nhm.org
Lisa Beezley-Lippman
01:21:46
night blooming flowers attract.
Maryann Kuk
01:24:04
NextDoor SL Res had a chain of bat “fear”. Could this recording be a hyperlink on ND?
Lisa Beezley-Lippman
01:27:19
Tonight was super informative, thank you Miguel.
Maryanne Pittman
01:28:56
Thank you so much!
kb
01:29:03
Spectacular!
Lisa Beezley-Lippman
01:29:09
I'm an even bigger bat fan now. Thank you!
Brenda Scott Royce
01:29:18
Thank you!
Laurie Crogan
01:29:30
THANK YOU!!! Im be in touch!
Daniel Dakduk (he/him)
01:29:33
Thank you so much!!