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BATS Magazine

VOLUME 7, NO. 3 Fall 1989


National Zoo Bat Exhibit to Open with Lecture

Merlin Tuttle, BCI's Founder, will give an evening lecture at the National Zoological Park in Washington, D.C., October 30, 1989. The occasion will celebrate the opening of the National Zoo's new bat exhibit, The Bat Cave. This is the first of several bat exhibits to be developed by the National Zoo. Accompanying educational materials and daily lectures by the batkeepers compose an expanded educational program designed to educate zoogoers about the importance and value of bats. All BCI members in the greater Washington, D.C., area will receive an invitation to the exhibit opening and Dr. Tuttle's lecture. For more information call the National Zoo's Public Affairs Office at 202/673-4728.

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All articles in this issue:
On the Cover
Climb Every Cactus
Seeing in the Dark
The Volunteer Experience
`Ope`ape`a: Hawaii's Elusive Native Bat
The Project to Save the Hawaiian Bat
For the Love of Bats
Marine World Africa USA Gets Involved with Bats
Survival Anglia and CBS Team Up to Produce Documentary about Bats
Eighth International Bat Research Conference Held
BCI Members Boost Book Sales
National Zoo Bat Exhibit to Open with Lecture
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