Our Partners

Who We Work With

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Leaders in bat conservation, education, and science, Bat Conservation International enlisted Vesper for a 5-month contract to manage two high-profile research projects at a wind farm in Iowa. It is an honor to work with this premier organization.

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A non-profit research and development organization. Vesper's founder supports EPRI's Endangered and Protected Species and Environmental Aspects of Wind programs through contract work, specifically working with industry members to reduce impact to bats with minimal power loss.


The Northwestern BatHub, based at OSU, hired Vesper to analyze thousands of bat calls collected at national forests in Utah, Wyoming, Idaho, and Washington for the North American Bat Monitoring Program

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A leading environmental consulting firm, Atwell has contracted with Vesper's founder to be their on-call bat biologist, assisting staff as needed with bat expertise for ongoing wind development projects. Vesper also analyzed acoustic data collected at wind farms for activity rate and species presence.

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An innovative environmental consulting group based in the southeastern US, Copperhead shares Vesper's vision for research and providing quality expertise for clients. Copperhead partnered with Vesper to analyze North American Bat Monitoring Program (NABat) data collected by the Bureau of Land Management in Colorado.


SWCA needed a permitted bat biologist to lead a crew for surveys of threatened and endangered species, and Vesper was only too happy to oblige.

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Our partner and host site for Neotropical bat workshops in Belize. Vesper also works closely with TREES to promote research and education of bats within Belize.


Our Clients

Who We Work For

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Vesper supports NPS staff that conduct acoustic monitoring at the Flight 93 National Memorial to determine the effect of the Tribute in Light on migratory species.

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Vesper partnered with Adaptive Restoration LLC to determine whether federal and state-threatened species (northern long-eared bat, big brown bat, little brown bat) and a federal species of concern (tricolored bat) were present within Brigham County Park, Wisconsin.

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Taiga Wildlife Research contracted Vesper to conduct echolocation species identification on four years of recordings collected in southeastern Alaska for the North American Bat Monitoring program.


Vesper identified species for 504 detector-nights of data collected by the Bureau of Land Management in the Royal Gorge and Uncompahgre districts of Colorado for the North American Bat Monitoring Program (NABat).