Cover in Biotropica
My first cover in Biotropica! Great to see that specific picture that we took with Oriol Massana Valeriano around 3 years ago in the cover of such scientific journal. This issue includes a scientific paper about the forest fragmentation effects on bats according to their sex, and was led by my colleague Ricardo Rocha (Title: Does sex matter? Gender-specific responses to forest fragmentation in Neotropical bats?)
Project led by Christoph Meyer (University of Salford) and funded by the Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, from Portugal. More information here: http://www.tropicalconservation.net.
The same image was used for the cover of our new book: Field Guide to the bats of the Amazon, which will be soon released in paper, published by Pelagic Publishing.
My first cover in Mammal Review! I am glad that the long nights trapping bats in Madagascar within our new project on Bats, Forests and Rice are being highlighted in other formats rather than scientific papers :)
Project led by the Global Change and Conservation group in the University of Helsinki (Mar Cabeza, Daniel Burgas, Ricardo Rocha, Álvaro Fernández-Llamazares, Zo Andriatafika, Santatra Andriamitandrina, Tafita Tojosoa Rakotoarimanana and many others!) More information here: http://h149.it.helsinki.fi/
Bats, forests and rice
This video documents through photography an interdisciplinary research project on the bats of Madagascar by the Global Change and Conservation (GCC) group, from the University of Helsinki (Finland). This project is led by Dr. Mar Cabeza and has been funded by the University of Helsinki and the Academy of Finland. All the pictures have been taken by awarded photographer Joan de la Malla. More information at gcc.it.helsinki.fi
New book: Field Guide to Amazonian Bats
Winds of hope for Sibiloi – Swara
Another photo-article from our first expedition in Turkana Lake (Kenya) published by Swara! with pictures by Daniel Burgas, Mar Cabeza, Álvaro Fernández, Sara Fraixedas & Adrià López-Baucells.
Download full article (November 2016) https://www.swara.co.ke/
Breaking the cradle of humankind – Biosphere
New photo-article from our pilot expedition in Turkana Lake (Kenya) published by @! with pictures by Adrià López-Baucells, Daniel Burgas & Mar Cabeza.
Download full article (August 2016) www.biosphereonline.com/magazine/issue-18/
Amazonian Nightlife – Biosphere
New photo-article from our field trip in Brazil published by @! Nocturnal animal survival strategies in Central Amazon with pictures by Oriol Massana & Adrià López-Baucells.
Download full article (January 2016) www.biosphereonline.com/magazine/issue-14/
The Jungle of the Night – Biosphere
Amazonian Bats make it to the cover of @! 20 page long article by Adrià López-Baucells; pictures: Oriol Massana & Adrià López-Baucells.
Download full article (October 2015) www.biosphereonline.com/magazine/issue-11/
Amazonian bats – BBC Wildlife
Lasiurus egregius: new bat species reported in Central Amazon; featured in a short article entitled “Amazonian bats” in the September issue of the Wildlife Magazine, BBC. Pictures by Oriol Massana Valeriano & Adrià López-Baucells. (Setember 2015)
Amazônia renascida das cinzas – National Geographic
Amazon fieldwork featured in a 14 page long article entitled “Amazonian forest fragments – Islands of life” in the March issue of the Brazilian National Geographic magazine Amazon and “Amazon – Reborn from the Ashes” in the October issue of the Portuguese National Geographic magazine. Pictures by Madalena Boto: www.madalenaboto.com
Exposition “Discover bats!”
Museu de Ciències Naturals Granollers
This exposition has been designed by Oriol Massana and myself, and officially presented in the Granollers Natural Science Museum in 2014.
Awesome job by Oriol Massana Valeriano, presented as one of the main attractions of our exposition “Discover bats!” in the Museu de Ciències Naturals de Granollers (Granollers Museum of Natural Sciences).