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Integrated Bat Management to be Held in Houston Area on August 4

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Texas AgriLife Extension and Bat Conservation International will present a seminar on integrated bat management on Aug. 4, in the Houston area

| July 23, 2010

Texas AgriLife Extension and Bat Conservation International will present a seminar on integrated bat management on Aug. 4, in the Houston area. This  1-day training program is for school IPM coordinators, pest management professionals and other parties interested in learning how to effectively manage bats in and around building structures. This class will be a hands-on learning event, where participants will learn from an expert how to properly exclude for bats and how to properly evict bats from campuses. 
Registration is limited to two attendees per school/business.
Guest speakers: Laura Seckbach Finn, Director, Fly By Night, Inc., Osteen, FL
Dianne Odegard, Executive Assistant, Bat Conservation International, Austin, TX
Cost—$50 per person
To register go online
http://agrilifevents.tamu.edu
Keyword: Bat Management
Or call 979-245-2604

 

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