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New guide to Amazonian bats

Do you think identifying bats in Europe or in North America is difficult? Well, try it in the Amazon. The planet’s green lung is home to the most diverse bat communities on the planet with more than 160 species currently described.


NASBR Teachers Workshop

The North American Society for Bat Research (NASBR) meets annually throughout North America. Bat research biologists attend the NASBR meeting to share their research data and information with colleagues throughout North America and beyond.


Deadly Bat Fungus in Washington State Likely Originated in Eastern U.S.

Scientists say bat-killing fungus came to Washington state from back east.                                                  


Stay Out of the Limelight

With all of the bats out in the summer why aren't they eating the fireflies? Find out what's going on.                             


BCI Shoots for the Stars

Charity Navigator awards it's highest rating to BCI for the second year in a row. BCI has received a rating of Exceptional, meaning we exceed industry standards and outperform most charities in our Cause.


From Nose-Tubes to Lactating Dads: 10 of the Weirdest Facts about Bats

It's not enough to be the only flying mammal, these bats go way past the norm to be the strangest and coolest creatures out tonight.                                 


Farewell Andrew Walker

BCI wishes a fond farewell to Andrew Walker as he leaves to go on to new ventures.                                                                                                    


Second Graders Go Batty

When a class of sudents in Minnesota learned about bats in class it it didn't take long before their enthusiasm and dedication brought a community and its flying residents together.


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