PROJECT TITLE :
CONSERVE BATS IN INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF BATS , INDIA (9024)
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE THROUGH :
GLOBALGIVING – ONLINE DONATION
WORKSHOP ON BATS CONSERVATION
REPORT PERIOD :
24.01.2012 TO 16.03.12
For this programme we selected Biology teachers and Biology students this programme was a one day programme Sonne interesting feature of the workshop are:
¨ Identification of bats
¨ Prevention of myths
¨ Roosting sites of bats in our district
¨ Migration pattern of bats
¨ Govt. of TamilNadu – Dept of Forest prevention Acts and Conservating Procedure
¨ Importance of bats houses
Promise of the participants to co – operate of the conservation technique.
EXPOSURE VISIT / ROOSTING SITES:
Lost quarter (3 Months) from the bats camps (seminar) workshops. we have selected the interested volunteers for the Exposure visit to bats roosting sites.
It would be an adventurous trip, we visited the area near “Aathoor” (migrating bats roosting sites) to view of bats. As they viewed in person they understood more than the seminars. They came to understand
¨ Migrating species / and their roosting sites of bats
¨ Knew the bats catches for Asthma
¨ They understood is purely myths / information
¨ Knew the conservation procedure
¨ Knew about “endangered” status try Dept. of Forest
Totally it was very useful programme for the trainers.
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