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VOLUME 3, NO. 1 Spring 1986


National Geographic Features Bats

The April 1986 issue of National Geographic will include a 19-page article by Dr. Merlin Tuttle about African epauletted bats. Entitled, "Gentle Flyers of the African Night," the article emphasizes the importance of these bats and other flying foxes and focuses attention on their plight. A 2-page map will illustrate endangerment and extinction of flying foxes worldwide with a sidebar informing readers about BCI's conservation activities and where to write for more information.

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All articles in this issue:
Marianas Fruit Bats Near Extinction
BCI Finds New Home in Texas
From the Secretary/Treasurer
New Staff Member
National Geographic Features Bats
Flying Foxes Now Protected in New South Wales
BCI Membership Grows
"Bats: Myth and Reality" Available in Video
Volunteer Field Opportunity. 1986

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