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    Forwarding BCI s latest newsletter - Cindy Myers Fallbrook CA Project Wildlife - bat team http://www.ProjectWildlife.org home.earthlink.net/~cmsquare ^..^
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      Forwarding BCI's latest newsletter -

      Cindy Myers
      Fallbrook CA
      Project Wildlife - bat team

      http://www.ProjectWildlife.org
      home.earthlink.net/~cmsquare
      ^..^


      From: Bat Conservation International [mailto:info@...]
      Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2012 11:36 AM
      Subject: Bat Conservation International's Newsletter

       

      Bat Conservation News

      May 2012, Volume 10, Number 5

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      Species Profile

       

      Antrozous pallidus
      The pallid bat is known for its unique habit of feeding almost entirely from the ground. Unlike most other North American bats, this species captures little, if any, prey while in flight. With its huge ears, it can detect insects simply by listening for footsteps... ...read more

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      A Remarkable Discovery in Vietnam

      After spending most of a rainy afternoon scrambling across slippery slopes to reach a Vietnam ’s Chu Mom Ray National Park , bat biologist Vu Dinh Thong and colleague Pham Duc Tien happened upon the entrance to a small cave. They were in the midst of a bat-diversity survey but saw nothing to suggest bats were using the cave. The storm was worsening, however, so they decided to climb inside simply to escape the rain. That proved a fortunate choice... Learn more »

      Bats in the News - Honors for a Mexican Bat Expert

      Rodrigo Medellín of Mexico, a leading bat scientist and member of Bat Conservation International’s Science Advisory Committee, is the first winner of the Whitley Fund for Nature’s new Gold Award for “outstanding individual contribution to conservation,” reports the Telegraph of the United Kingdom... Learn more »

      BCI Conservation Awards

      People make bat conservation possible. All over the world, successes large and small begin with a few individuals who recognize a threat to bats and decide to do something about it. They may take direct conservation action, conduct critical research, mobilize others, educate decision-makers or the public, raise funds or attack the problem in unique ways. But their goal is to protect bats... Learn more »

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