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International Bat Night 2018

International Bat Night is already 22 years old. On the night of 25 to 26 of August, it unites all bat observers. With big events bat experts, nature conservationists and interested people celebrate the only flying mammal in more than 35 participating countries.

Now is the best time to observe bats individually or along with many other enthusiasts from all around the globe. Michaela Sulz is fascinated about the beauties of the night. Her current story tells you about some interesting myths of this impressive creatures.

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Feathered artists

Bowerbirds rank among the most intelligent bird species with some habits quite similar human beings. In total, 20 bowerbird species exist in Australia and New Guinea. This exceptional species of passerine birds are well-known for their special building art.

Bowerbirds are not just great at building their nests. They are also big artists in voice imitation. Bowerbirds are able to master 44 different bird songs. Michaela Sulz tells us about some unique impressions, which arouse interest for the next birding adventure.

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The Data Millionaire

In Germany, the online portal ornitho.de is the database for all bird lovers. Over 30 million reports indicate where a bird has been seen. Ornitho portals are also available in some neighboring countries. On eurobirdportal.org all bird information across Europe converges.

One of the professional drivers behind ornitho.de is Christopher König, a passionate birdwatcher and nowadays a millionaire in data. Find out more about the person behind the platform and how he has managed to turn his hobby into a profession.

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