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Volume 18, Issue 1, Spring 2000

Photo Op!


BCI is establishing a volunteer network of professional and serious (very serious!) amateur photographers. If you are an active outdoor photographer and would be willing to donate your time to document BCI conservation activities in your area, please send a letter of interest that details your photo experience to Elaine Acker, BCI’s Conservation Advancement Specialist, at eacker@batcon.org, or at P.O. Box 162603, Austin, TX 78716.

Your work is needed in support of BATS Magazine, the BCI annual report, or other publications. BCI will reimburse you for film, processing, and authorized expenses, and a credit line will appear with your photo any time it is used.


High-quality photographs have always been one of BCI’s most powerful tools in helping change negative perceptions of bats and sharing our conservation efforts with the world. We hope you will consider contributing your time and talent to this important effort.

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