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BCI Photo Collection

BCI Photo Collection

Bat Conservation International has a large collection of bat photographs from around the world. The right to use these copyrighted images may be purchased from BCI, and proceeds support bat conservation. BCI photos have been published in the National Geographic, Smithsonian, Audubon and Time magazines and countless other magazines, newspapers, books, videos and websites.

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A pallid bat is in flight.

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A pallid bat is in flight with a centipede.

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A Jamaican fruit-eating bat is perched.

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A Mexican long-tongued bat is perched.

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A Rafinesque's big-eared bat is in flight.

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A Rafinesque's big-eared bat is in flight.

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A Townsend's big-eared bat is perched on a rock.

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A Townsend's big-eared bat is in flight.

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A big brown bat is perched on wood/lumber.

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A spotted bat is perched on a rock.

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A Florida bonneted bat is perched on wood/lumber.

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A greater bonneted bat is perched on a rock.

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An Underwood's bonneted bat is perched on a rock.

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An Allen's big-eared bat is perched on a rock.

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An Allen's big-eared bat is in flight.

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A western red bat is perched in green foliage.

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An eastern red bat is perched in green foliage.

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A southern yellow bat is perched on a palm frond.

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A silver-haired bat is perched.

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A hoary bat is perched in a tree.

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