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BATS Magazine

VOLUME 11, NO. 1 Spring 1993


In search of a home

Little brown bats, among North America's most abundant species, are those most often found occupying bat houses, where growing numbers are rearing their young. With even our most abundant bats rapidly losing their natural roosts, learning how to accommodate their needs in artificial roosts becomes all the more important.

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All articles in this issue:
ON THE COVER
BAT HOUSES: THE SECRETS OF SUCCESS
The Bat House Study
Bat Houses as Alternative Roosts
BCI Launches North American Bat House Research Project
Designing Better Bat Houses
Creating New Bat Roosting Habitat
Bats: A Farmer's Best Friend
Bats, Beetles, and Bugs
In search of a home

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