- BATS AND VAMPIRES
- BCI’s Student Research Program Grows
- “Masters of the Night” Exhibit Opens
- Look for “Masters of the Night: The True Story of Bats” at these locations:
- BCI Field Workshops Provide Training
- 1994 Field Study Workshops in Arizona
- Halloween Bat Lecture at National Geographic Society
- ON THE COVER
- Restoring Coach Cave
- James Cave Receives New Gates for Bats
- Bats and the Vanishing Rain Forests of Mexico
- BCI and Educational Outreach in Latin America
- Batting About Belize
- Join Us for Another Trip into the Rain Forest
The Bat Conservation and Management Workshops to be hosted by BCI, the Arizona Game and Fish Department, and the North Carolina State Museum will be held at the Southwestern Research Station in Portal, Arizona. These workshops are ideal for wildlife biologists, educators, and anyone desiring intensive training in techniques for the study and conservation of bats. Interest continues to grow in these workshops, so contact BCI soon to be considered for next year’s sessions.
For registration information, write to Janet Tyburec at BCI. If you cannot attend these sessions and would like to receive advance notice about future workshops or special events, please send a postcard with your name and address to BCI, Attention: Trips and Workshops.
Approximate cost: $995* (all inclusive from Tucson, Arizona)
Session I: May 29 – June 3, 1994
Session II: June 3 – June 8, 1994
Session III: June 8 – June 13, 1994
Limited to 12 people per session
* A limited number of scholarships are available for qualified state and federal employees and other conservation biologists.