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BATS Magazine

VOLUME 9, NO. 3 Fall 1991


The Cactus Pollinator
EDUCATION: THE KEY TO BAT CONSERVATION

A SPECIAL LIMITED EDITION BRONZE
EDUCATION: THE KEY TO BAT CONSERVATION

Because education is such an integral part of our conservation efforts, we would like to share with you a special opportunity to purchase a unique piece of art. The Cactus Pollinator is a valuable limited edition bronze, created especially for Bat Conservation International by well-known wildlife artist Mark Andrew. This sculpture is more than an investment, it is also a distinctive way of conveying to others the importance of bats in our environment.

Help share the story of the crucial role this endangered lesser long-nosed bat plays in the survival of the ecologically sensitive Sonoran Desert.

For a color brochure, please call or write to: Cactus Pollinator, Bat Conservation International, P.O. Box 162603, Austin, TX 78716-2603 (512/327-9721).

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All articles in this issue:
ON THE COVER
U.S. NATIONAL FORESTS: Unsung Home to America's Bats
How North America
Bats and Mines: Abandoned Does Not Always Mean Empty
Bats, Cyanide, and Gold Mining
Bat Documentary Delayed
WISH LIST
Annual Report Available
The Cactus Pollinator
Urgent: Home needed

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