On-Line Classes: Identifying Bats by their Echolocation Calls
Hybrid On-line Classes Teaching the Basics of Echolocation Call ID
For those preferring to learn at home or at the office, these courses include everything from "Day 3: Identifying Bats by their Echolocation Calls" of our in-person field training, using sample data. Registered students receive links to video presentations, 100 sample WAV files, four “Exercise” assignments, and additional electronic resources and guides. These pre-course materials are tailored to include all bat species from one of four U.S. (and Canada) “regions:” Northeast, Northwest, Southeast, and Southwest. Upon reviewing the materials and completing the exercises, students will be invited to attend an instructor-led Live Webinar (approximately 4-hours in length) during which we will go over the exercises, provide additional insight into species identification, participate in call ID Q&A, and allow students to assess their performance on the exercises. Each module includes the following sections:
- Introduction to Echolocation and Identifying Bats to Species
- Identifying High-frequency Non-myotis in the Region
- Identifying Low-frequency Non-myotis in the Region
- Identifying the Myotis species in the Region
Or, click on a region below for registration information.
Additional Program Details
Each Live Webinar is offered twice a year.
Check back for our 2022 Schedule.
Cost per regional class is $575 ea.