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BATS Magazine

VOLUME 16, NO. 3 Fall 1998


On the Cover
Scenes from BCI Bat Conservation and Management workshops:

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Scenes from BCI Bat Conservation and Management workshops:

Background photo:
Workshop participants radiotrack a bat under Chiracahua mountain cliffs in Arizona. One group member carries an antenna and receiver that detects
audible beeps, telling trackers which direction to go to find the bat with the tiny transmitter.
Photo by Janet Tyburec

Smaller photos:
The big free-tailed bat (Nyctinomops macrotis) is one of the species sometimes caught and observed at the Arizona workshop.
Photo by Merlin D. Tuttle

Cal Butchkoski, one of our hosts at the Pennsylvania workshop, removes a bat from a mist net.
Photo by Merlin D. Tuttle

Workshop leader Janet Tyburec, center, discusses one of the night's catches with participants Vivian Sartori, left, and Laura Mazanti, right.
Photo by Merlin D. Tuttle

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All articles in this issue:
On the Cover
Bat Workshops: Putting Conservation Into Practice
Workshops Scholarships: An Investment with Exponential Returns
1999 Bat Conservation and Management Workshops
Memoirs from Bat Camp
Growing Needs, Expanded Training
Hidden Housing - Artificial Bark for Bats
BCI Highlights
Legal Protection Gained for Bats in Sarawak, Malaysia
Wish List
Thirteen Countries Celebrate European Bat Night
Vacationer's Guide to Bat Watching
1999 Student Scholarships Applications Available
Experience the World's Most Amazing Bats with Merlin Tuttle on BCI Founder's Circle Tours

Unless otherwise noted, all images are copyright ©Merlin D. Tuttle and/or ©Bat Conservation International