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Bats Love to Pollinate

Bats have many services that they provide people and the environment, one of them is their skill to pollinate. How do they do it? Find out.                               

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Celebrating Agave in Marfa, Texas

If you find yourself driving down an endless expanse of US - 90 in West Texas, keep going. Because eventually you will find yourself slowly rolling down the main street of Marfa, Texas - a high desert city with a population resting just under 2000

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BCI is Seeking a Full Time Controller

BCI is seeking a Controller to join our finance team. This is a full time position in Austin, Texas, based elsewhere is a possibility.   

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WNS Fungus Detected in South Dakota

The fungus that causes White-nose Syndrome (WNS) has been detected on bats in South Dakota for the first time.              

 

 

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Preserving Paradise

It takes many voices to create a brighter future for Fiji's bats.                     

   

 

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BCI is Seeking a Director of Communications

This full time position is located in Austin, TX, or Washington, DC. Reporting to the Chief Development Officer, the Director of Communications will set and guide strategy for all communications

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A Historic Moment: The Lesser Long-nosed Bat Is Delisted

Scientists and conservation groups in both Mexico and the U.S. have worked together over the years towards recovering the lesser long-nosed bat.   

 

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Fungus Causing White-nose Syndrome Spreads into Central Texas

The fungus that causes White-nose Syndrome (WNS) in bats, detected for the first time in Texas in early 2017 in the Panhandle, has now spread into Central Texas.

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