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BCI is Seeking a Marketing & Communications Specialist

This full time position is located in Washington, DC. Reporting to the Director of Communications. This position will manage BCI’s social media accounts, serve as a project manager

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Fat Bats Withstand Effects of White-nose Syndrome

 BCI announced today that two of its esteemed scientists, Tina Cheng and Winifred Frick, published a paper in the Journal of Animal Ecology 

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Fostering the Future

We’re proud to announce the 2019 recipients of BCI’s Student Research Scholarship for Global Bat Conservation Priorities.             

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Protecting Homes and Food Sources of Two Critical Bat Species

 Lesser Long-Nosed and Mexican Long-Nosed Bats Receiving Support from Bat Conservation International’s New Program Supported by XTO Energy 

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BCI Outraged by Planned Kill of Endangered Bats

BCI condemns the decision of the government of Mauritius to kill 13,000 individuals of the endangered Mauritius fruit bat (Pteropus niger). ....

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Working to Save America’s Rarest Bat – the Florida Bonneted Bat

 A new aggressive multi-faceted campaign to save the Florida bonneted bat, America’s rarest bat. Funding for the conservation effort is possible

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Bat Colony Threatened in Huntsville, TX

A careless decision would displace over 750,000 Mexican free-tailed bats, forcing them to relocate to surrounding homes and schools

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NFWF Announces More Than $1.1 Million in Grants to Help Bats

On the eve of Halloween, the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) announced more than $1.1 million in grants to combat White-nose Syndrome (WNS) and promote the survival of bats in North America.

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