Media

2016

Making of the ‘Field Guide to Amazonian Bats’. Production by Madalena Boto and music by Of Monsters and Men.

pdfBiosphere: Breaking the cradle of humankind. New photo article from our piot expedition in Turkana Lake (Kenya) published by @biospheremag! with pictures by Adrià López-Baucells, Daniel Burgas & Mar Cabeza.
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Biosphere: Amazonian Nightlife. New photo-article from our field trip in Brazil published by @biospheremag! Nocturnal animal survival strategies in Central Amazon with pictures by Oriol Massana & Adrià López-Baucells.pdf

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Biosphere: The Jungle of the Night. Amazonian bats make it to the cover of @biospheremag! 20 page long article by Adrià López Baucells; pictures by Oriol Massana & Adrià López -Baucells.

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2015

BBC Wildlife Magazine: Lasiurus egregius: new bat species reported in Central Amazon; featured in the September issue of the Wildlife Magazine.

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“Científicos piden al gobierno de Bolivia que proteja sus parques naturales” – El ConfidencialSpain; La VanguardiaCatalonia
“Evo Morales quer destruir áreas protegidas na Bolívia” –
Observador, PortugalGazeta do Rossio, Portugal

2014

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.

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“Espécie rara de morcego é capturada em Reserva do Inpa” – Amazonas atual, Brazil; Portal Amazônia, Brazil

2013

Amazon fieldwork featured in a 14 page long article entitled “Amazon – Reborn from the Ashes” in the October issue of the Portuguese National Geographic magazine.

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Biólogo madeirense premiado em encontro nacional sobre investigação em morcegos” – Diário de Noticias da Madeira, Portugal

Osgas podem ser identificadas pelos seus olhos, mostra estudo português”. PúblicoPortugal

“Scientists identify individual lizards by their irises”. Mongabay, US

“Biólogos portugueses descobrem que, tal como os humanos, as osgas-das-selvagens podem ser reconhecidas individualmente pelo padrão da íris”. NaturlinkPortugal; Green saversPortugal

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