Dan Taylor is a bat biologist and Senior Restoration Specialist for Bat Conservation International. Dan has worked on a wide range of wildlife conservation projects over the last 35 years in in North America, Central America, and Africa. For the last 20 years Dan’s has directed BCI programs on bat conservation and abandoned mines, forests, and wetland restoration and management, primarily in Arizona and New Mexico. Dan also helped start BCI’s Bats & Agave Initiative in the Southwest U.S and Mexico. Dan has a B.S. in Wildlife Biology from the University of Montana and an M.S. in Forestry from Northern Arizona University.