- Scientific Advisory Board Member from Soviet Union Appointed
- ON THE COVER
- BCI Moves with Help from R.A.S.S.
- New BCI Director
- Indiana Bats: Down for the Count
- Indiana Bats Gain Sanctuary in Missouri
- Vandals Destroy Hibernating Indiana Bats
- The Diverse Bat Fauna of Azerbaijan: A report from the Soviet Union
- Bat Education Programs for Latin America
- Congress Acts on Proposal for National Park in American Samoa
We are honored to welcome John Mitchell of Stockton, New Jersey, to BCI’s Board of Directors. Mitchell is an Honorary Research Associate at the New York Botanical Gardens, is a director of the Beneficia Foundation and the Pennypack Watershed Association in Pennsylvania and has published a variety of scientific papers. His research publications include a monograph of the cashew plants and their relatives, a book chapter on trees of the tropical Brazil nut family and papers on spacial patterns of temperate and tropical forest trees and Peruvian birds. He belongs to a wide variety of scientific and environmental organizations and has special interests in conservation and bird watching, having pursued these activities worldwide from the Antarctic and Africa to Borneo and South America.