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Rodrigo Medellín, Ph.D., known as the Batman of Mexico, will discuss how climate change is affecting the bat population during a virtual gallery talk.

Medellín is a Mexican ecologist and academic known for his work in the field of bat conservation, jaguars, bighorn sheep, and ocelot, among others. He works at the Instituto de Ecología at the National Autonomous University of Mexico and has worked for the American Museum of Natural History and he has been an ambassador for the International Union for Conservation of Nature.

Medellin is co-chair of the IUCN Bat Specialist Group, Scientific Councilor, Convention on Migratory Species, founding director of the Latin American Network for Bat Conservation, and creator of Global South Bats, a network of bat scientists in Africa, Asia, and Latin America.

The talk is in conjunction with Bihl Haus Art’s exhibition “Hot Pursuit: A Visual Commentary on Climate Change” by Sabra Booth.

Rodrigo Medellín, Ph.D., known as the Batman of Mexico, will discuss how climate change is affecting the bat population during a virtual gallery talk.

Medellín is a Mexican ecologist and academic known for his work in the field of bat conservation, jaguars, bighorn sheep, and ocelot, among others. He works at the Instituto de Ecología at the National Autonomous University of Mexico and has worked for the American Museum of Natural History and he has been an ambassador for the International Union for Conservation of Nature.

Medellin is co-chair of the IUCN Bat Specialist Group, Scientific Councilor, Convention on Migratory Species, founding director of the Latin American Network for Bat Conservation, and creator of Global South Bats, a network of bat scientists in Africa, Asia, and Latin America.

The talk is in conjunction with Bihl Haus Art’s exhibition “Hot Pursuit: A Visual Commentary on Climate Change” by Sabra Booth.

Rodrigo Medellín, Ph.D., known as the Batman of Mexico, will discuss how climate change is affecting the bat population during a virtual gallery talk.

Medellín is a Mexican ecologist and academic known for his work in the field of bat conservation, jaguars, bighorn sheep, and ocelot, among others. He works at the Instituto de Ecología at the National Autonomous University of Mexico and has worked for the American Museum of Natural History and he has been an ambassador for the International Union for Conservation of Nature.

Medellin is co-chair of the IUCN Bat Specialist Group, Scientific Councilor, Convention on Migratory Species, founding director of the Latin American Network for Bat Conservation, and creator of Global South Bats, a network of bat scientists in Africa, Asia, and Latin America.

The talk is in conjunction with Bihl Haus Art’s exhibition “Hot Pursuit: A Visual Commentary on Climate Change” by Sabra Booth.

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