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BATS Magazine

VOLUME 11, NO. 3 Fall 1993


For the special group of people who love and appreciate bats, it's hard to understand how animals with faces like these could possibly be persecuted. But the truth is that most people don't see bats as they really are. As a result, many species are now endangered, and others soon will be unless we do something.

How can you help? Participate in BCI's Adopt-A-Bat program. Your support will help fund the research and education initiatives required to help save these magnificent animals.

So, please adopt one. Better yet, adopt several, and give one to a friend or family member. (Take advantage of the special $25 holiday membership package!)

Indicate your choice on the reply card enclosed in this issue, and mail it to BCI. In return, you'll receive an adoption package, including an official adoption certificate, a photo of your bat with complete species information, and a "Batty About Bats" bumper sticker. Most of all, you'll have the satisfaction of knowing you have helped.

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All articles in this issue:
Restoring Coach Cave
James Cave Receives New Gates for Bats
Bats and the Vanishing Rain Forests of Mexico
BCI and Educational Outreach in Latin America
Batting About Belize
Join Us for Another Trip into the Rain Forest
BCI's Student Research Program Grows
"Masters of the Night" Exhibit Opens
Look for "Masters of the Night: The True Story of Bats" at these locations:
BCI Field Workshops Provide Training
1994 Field Study Workshops in Arizona
Halloween Bat Lecture at National Geographic Society

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