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BATS Magazine

VOLUME 14, NO. 3 Fall 1996


Conservation Awards Will Benefit Bats

BCI Founder Merlin Tuttle was honored this year with two prestigious conservation awards. The Chuck Yeager Award was established by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to recognize exceptional fish and wildlife professionals, and carries with it $15,000 for conservation programs. The Chevron-Times Mirror Magazines Award honors outstanding contributions to the conservation of natural resources, and provides $2,000 for conservation.

These funds have been distributed to BCI's student scholarship program, the North American Bats and Mines Project, the Mexico-U.S. Migratory Bats Initiative, and other conservation programs.



Merlin Tuttle (center) receives congratulations from James Sullivan (right), Vice Chairman of the Board at Chevron, and Efrem Zimbalist III (left), President and CEO at Times-Mirror Magazines.
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All articles in this issue:
On the Cover
Bat Awareness in Mexico Begins with Children
Bats Aloft: A Study of High-Altitude Feeding
Bats in the Hallway: A Different Kind of School
Founder's Circle Roams from Africa . .
The Forgotten Pollinators
In Tribute William A. Walker 1922-1996
New Bat Facts
Conservation Awards Will Benefit Bats
A Note to Our International Members
Wish List
Correction
1996 Sets New Record for Scholarship Awards
Bat Conservation and You: Members' Stories Wanted!
Free-tail Workshop a Success
MEMBER OPPORTUNITIES FOR 1997

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