- Bat Houses: An Educational Opportunity
- Participate in the North American Bat House Research Project
- Look for “Masters of the Night: The True Story of Bats”* at these locations
- “Secret World of Bats” Seen Worldwide
- VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY
- Increase your conservation investment with a matching gift
- WISH LIST
- ON THE BACK
- ON THE COVER
- Bat Conservation: A New Priority for Federal Agencies
- ON THE TRACK OF FOREST BATS
- A Volunteer’s Journal
- The Great Red Island: A Future for its Bats?
- Guam National Wildlife Refuge Moves Forward
- Visit the “Lost World” of Venezuela with Dr. Merlin Tuttle as your guide
–winning Survival Anglia program, “The Secret World of Bats,” has now been viewed in some 40 countries since its United States debut on CBS television in 1992, reaching millions of viewers throughout Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia (including Republic of China), South America, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. It recently aired again in the United States on The Learning Channel. Produced with the assistance of BCI, the one-hour documentary on bats of the world also focuses on the need for conservation.
The version shown on American television, narrated by actor Stacy Keach, is available through the BCI catalogue on VHS format.
Underwood’s long-tongued bat–a scene from the documentary.