Category Archives: bat conservation international

Bat Conservation International and bats need your help. Please, read and sign.

Save Bracken Cave Reserve! What happens when you put 10,000 peoplenext to more than ten million bats?   No one knows for sure but, unfortunately, we may soon find out.    Dear Bat Conservation International Supporter: I’m the new director of Bat Conservation International … Continue reading

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Happy Cinco de Mayo! A toast to bats! ¡A murciélagos, Salud!

Long-nosed bat that pollinates Agave that give us tequila Today while you celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a margarita or a shot of tequila, you should probably make a toast to bats. Why toast bats? Long-nosed bats specifically the Genus … Continue reading

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White nose syndrome – update and prediction – Mary Cummins, Animal Advocates

Bat – Mary Cummins Animal Advocates Recently more live bats have been found in the caves where the fungus was first found in the US in 2006. Initially the fungus wiped out most of the population of bats in these … Continue reading

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Being "Bat Smart" Benefits Both People and Bats, Mary Cummins, Animal Advocates

Pipistrelle bat being cared for by Mary Cummins of Animal Advocates Being “Bat Smart” Benefits Both People and Bats AUGUST 9, 2011 BY CA DFG NEWSMedia Contacts:Deana Clifford, DFG Wildlife Investigations Lab, (916) 358-2378Scott Osborn, DFG Wildlife Branch, (916) 324-3564Kirsten … Continue reading

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