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VOLUME 20, NO. 4 Winter 2002

Help Plan the Future of Bat Conservation

Planning often makes the difference between failure and success. Bat Conservation International's first twenty years testify to that truth. BCI's well-planned strategy of cooperative action, relying on earning the trust of vital partners, has forged two decades of remarkable progress.

With your help, we can continue that success far into the future. Planned giving - through a myriad of techniques including a bequest in your will -doesn't have to affect your lifestyle, but it will assure that you have a positive impact for years to come.

With your planned gift, you join BCI's Legacy Circle. This is a group of concerned individuals who have invested a small amount of time now to maximize future benefits for bat conservation. As a Legacy Circle member, you will receive periodic conservation updates, helpful financial planning information, and invitations to participate in extraordinary nature tours.

For information on how you can become a part of this distinguished group, please contact BCI or your financial advisor. If you decide to include BCI in your estate plans, please let us know. We look forward to welcoming you as our newest Legacy Circle Member.

Remember, the future happens whether you plan for it or not. By including conservation in your plan, you'll be making a unique contribution to healthy environments for generations yet to come.Planned gifts to BCI help ensure that awe-inspiring emergences like this can be experienced for generations to come.

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All articles in this issue:
Helping Orphans Survive
Conserving Costa Rica's Bats
Nocturnal Navigators
Bidding for Bats
Bats Go Postal
Bats' Sonar 'Vision' May Help the Blind
Adding Bats to a Pest-Control Program
A Primer on Planned Giving
Help Plan the Future of Bat Conservation

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