- Life with Bats, Books, and Caves
- THE B.A.T Club
- Photo Exhibit on Bats Opens in Israel
- Join Us in The Founder’s Circle
- A New Look for BATS
- Success with “Active Members Package”
- Thank you! We can’t do it without you!
- BCI Participates in Pan American Conservation Education Conference
- A last look. 1990
- On The Cover
- The Changing Face of Bat Conservation in the Pacific
- THE FLYING FOX: Becoming a Rare Commodity
- BATS AND CAVERS
THE MAGNIFICENT MARIANAS FRUIT BAT (Pteropus mariannus) has been hunted almost to extinction on many of the Marianas Islands. Today, only a small population of between 500 and 600 of these bats survives on Guam, and a second species (P. tokudae) endemic to the island, has recently become extinct. This colony, the last on the island of Guam, is now protected under the U.S. Endangered Species Act.