The Bat ScientistsBook - 2010
This book chronicles the efforts of Dr. Merlin Tuttle and his colleagues at Bat Conservation International, as they try and save bat species from loss of habitat and white-nose syndrome.
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This book was excellent. It describes in detail some of the bat species and threats to the batty way of life. Also it describes human interactions with bats and gives an overview as to how scientists who study bats operate and collect data on bats. It mainly focuses on North American bats, since the scientists are North American. It is also recent knowledge (2007-2013)... the white nose fungus attacking bats and the re-creation of bat caves and bat houses was very informative. It also gives the reader a list of resources if you want to explore further any aspect that is about bats, and how the reader can help bats survive in the wild. Great book!
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