Stories from our members
My participation at WAMF
My participation in the West African Mammal Fellowship (WAMF) in Nigeria, 2022 - watch the video! Read more
Global South Bats is back – and with a new face
During the last two years, we've created a new brand and website to state clearly our purpose and motivations, and ...
A Story Map about the 2020 Kenya course
One of the goals I had for the end of the course was to build up a Story Map about the experience.
Are all bat wings the same?
Learning more about the geometric morphometrics of bat wings. Could individual bats have unique wing shapes?
My adventures at the Global South Bats course in Kenya
Overcoming a mysterious sickness and successfully presenting our project’s results along my teammates.
Knowledge Gaps on Bats in Open Access Platforms￼
One of the objectives of the Global South Bats network is to ensure that information on bats is uploaded ...
Bat Ectoparasites in Kenya: the importance of creativity and improvisation
Our group project work was demanding and fun at the same time, and we were tested on one of the most required ...
Facing bat diversity in Kenya
Monitoring the activity of insectivorous bats through acoustic surveys to answer ecological questions.
The Global South Bats Experience￼
I remember seeing the call to apply to this course in the social networks of different bat specialists. I decided ...
On a nectar trail through the drylands
The discoveries on how bats perceive and interact with flowers in the Brazilian Caatinga.