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(AT) Bats of Texas
June 29 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Program: Bats of Texas
Description: Texas is home to more species of bats than any other state. Join Texas Nature Trackers (TN) Biologist Craig Hensley for a look into the world of these denizens of the dark. You will learn about their life history, who’s who, and the challenges they face in today’s world. Find out what you can do to help with bat conservation and how you can contribute data for conservation through the Mammals of Texas TNT iNaturalist project.
Date: Monday, June 29, 2020
Time: 9:00–10:30 AM
Online Platform: Live on the WebEx platform
Join Meeting Instructions:
If you are planning to participate in the Bats of Texas online AT class on Monday, June 29, I have some updated information related to joining this meeting.
The original Join Meeting Instructions indicated it was necessary to register to attend the meeting. However, after checking with meeting presenter Craig Hensley, I learned the version of Webex being used for this class does NOT have a registration option.
Therefore, here are NEW Join Meeting Instructions (based on my experience):
1. Click on the link below:
2. A new page will open with two options:
Participate by phone
Download the “Cisco Webex Meetings” app.
3. I recommend you download the app. Once the app is installed, select “join the meeting.” Be aware that installing the app may take several minutes.
4. If you install the app several days prior to the meeting (I did), the fastest way to get to the meeting on Monday is to click on the link ABOVE again. This will open the app you installed and give you the option to immediately join the meeting through the app.
Logging AT: This class has been approved for 1.5 hours of AT and should be logged as AT: Texas Parks & Wildlife with “Bats of Texas” in comment/description box.