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BATS Magazine

VOLUME 13, NO. 1 Spring 1995


Merlin Tuttle to Lecture in Chicago

MERLIN TUTTLE WILL give a special lecture at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago on Sunday, July 16, at 2 PM. The talk is being presented in conjunction with the "Masters of the Night" exhibit, which will be at the museum from June 16 through September 4. BCI members and museum members will be admitted free. The cost to the general public is $5.00. Members should bring their membership cards to present at the door.

This highly successful exhibit has been touring the country since the summer of 1993. A unique hands-on teaching exhibit produced by BBH Exhibits with BCI, it is the largest and most thorough conservation exhibit about bats ever produced. It teaches children (and their parents) to understand and appreciate bats through 20 interactive displays.

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All articles in this issue:
ON THE COVER
Are American Bats Losing Ground?
PROTECTING BATS IN OUR NATIONAL PARKS
BCI and National Park Service Form Conservation Partnership for Bats
What is Your Favorite Park Doing for Bats?
To Save the Spectacled Flying Fox
Courtship: Bat Style
The Incredible Milk-Producing Male Bat
Why Do Bats Use This Bridge But Not That One?
WISH LIST
Be a Part of the Founder's Circle
Look for "Masters of the Night: The True Story of Bats"* at these locations:
Merlin Tuttle to Lecture in Chicago
ON THE BACK

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