European Bat Night (EBN)
The European Bat Night is a public-awareness event, organised yearly in the European countries which are parties to the Agreement on the Conservation of Populations of European bats (EUROBATS). The event is held mainly during the last weekend in August (however, other dates are also possible). Its aim is to present interesting information about bats, their conservation and research to the general public. During the bat night, public lectures prepared by bat experts are held in many places of Europe. People learn about threats affecting bats and how to be helpful in bat conservation. They are provided with awareness materials, can even touch a bat and ... perhaps change their view of these hidden-living mammals. In the Czech Republic, the European Bat Night has been held regularly for several years already, on an increasing number of places and being visited by an increasing number of people. Organisers of the event are ČESON members in most cases.
Please contact Daniel Horáček (firstname.lastname@example.org), the national EBN coordinator, for more information.
List of EBN taking place in 2015 (pdf 1,7MB)
List of EBN taking place in 2014 (doc 106kB)
List of EBN taking place in 2013 (doc 107kB)
List of EBN taking place in 2012 (doc 129kB)
List of EBN taking place in 2011 (doc 141kB)
List of EBN taking place in 2010 (doc 90kB)
List of EBN taking place in 2009 (doc 92kB)