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BATS Magazine

VOLUME 14, NO. 2 Summer 1996

Bat Tourism Information Needed

We are currently gathering information for an update to the Spring 1991 BATS article "A Vacationer's Guide to Bats," and we need your help. If you know of any site that has bat-watching or an interpretive program, please send the name and location (and any other information you can add) to Angela England via e-mail (aengland@batcon.org), fax (512-327-9724), phone (512-327-9721), or mail.

Please be aware that we can only include locations where bats are well protected from harassment. Also, our first installment will cover only North America, but please send international information as well for the next installment. Thank you.

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All articles in this issue:
The Masters of the Night Exhibit: A Winner for Bats
Bat Exclusion--A Common-Sense Solution to an Age-Old Problem
Exclusion Experts Promote Pest Control Industry Changes
Nectar-Feeding Bats in the Columnar Cacti Forests of Central Mexico
Kingdom of Tonga: Safe Haven for Flying Foxes
Barcelona, City of the Bat
Bat Tourism Information Needed
Fund Raising Credibility
BCI Honored by Exceptional Gift

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