- Illinois Department of Natural Resources: Partners in Action
- Join BCI in the East African Wilderness: A 2001 Field-Study Safari to Kenya
- BCI Invites Award Nominations
- Distinguished Service Award Presented to Fred Stabler
- Progress in Australia
- Live Action Bats on the Web
- International Year of the Bat
- Australasian Bat Conference Award
- Student Scholarships Available
- Cayman Follow-Up
- BATS of the United States. 2000
- New Scientific Advisors. 2000
- New Editor of BATS Magazine
- Masters of the Night
- Wish List
- The Art of Giving: Conservation-Style
- On the Cover
- Ghana’s Treetop Bats
- The Media Blitz that Treatened Bats
- Swamp Bats
Each year BCl awards grants ranging from $500 to $2,500 to student projects that best document bat roosting and feeding habitat requirements, their ecological or economic roles or their conservation needs. Students enrolled in any college or university worldwide are eligible to apply. Projects must have bat conservation relevance. The application deadline for 2001 scholarships is December 15, 2000. Contributions to this fund are welcome anytime!
Application information and forms are on the BCI Web page: www.batcon.org/schol/schol.html.
Or write to Bat Conservation International, Student Scholarship Program, P.O. Box 162603, Austin, TX 78716, or e-mail: email@example.com.
Student scholar Lucia Bobakova was first funded in 1999 to study roosting needs of cave-dwelling bats in the Slovak Republic.