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BATS Magazine

VOLUME 13, NO. 4 Winter 1995


Wish List

Your help with any of the following items would make a big difference to the level of efficiency in our office. To make a donation, or for more information, please call Robert Benson at BCI, 512-327-9721, ext. 27.

Software
BCI's record-keeping software is outdated and allows access to only six staff members. To increase efficiency, the 12-user DataEase for Windows software program is a necessity. Any contribution toward this expense would be greatly appreciated ($2,400).

Additionally, our Publications department needs a second copy of QuarkXPress, the page-layout software program they use to design our printed materials. We would be grateful for a donation to cover the cost of this purchase as well ($675).

Printer
As BCI grows, so do the demands on our two office printers. With a staff of 25, waiting in the queue for print-outs has become a time-consuming ordeal. Another HP Laserjet 4 printer ($1,900) would significantly reduce this traffic jam.

Many thanks to Chuck Pease and Cynthia Vann of Prescott, AZ, for their contributions toward the purchase of photographic equipment and audiovisual aids. Thanks also to Joshua and Julianna Kershen of Oklahoma City, OK, and Joseph E. Davis, Jr., and family of Topeka, KS, for their gifts of carousel slide trays. Your gifts are helping BCI continue to share and improve the most remarkable bat photo collection in the world.

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All articles in this issue:
On the Cover
THE LITTLE-KNOWN WORLD OF HOARY BATS
The Song of the Mexican Free-Tail
Facts about Bats: Tales from BCI's Public Information Program
LIVING SAFELY WITH BATS
The Bat in the Hat: Flying Foxes in Australia's Children's Literature
1996 Volunteer Opportunities
Wish List
Annual Report Available
LETTERS
A Special Message of Thanks

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