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New Study Concludes 500 Species are on the Brink of Extinction

The importance of conserving species, including bats, has never been more clear, with a new study concluding that 500 species are on the brink of extinction at a more


Meet the Lesser Long-Nosed Bat

The lesser long-nosed bat (Leptonycteris yerbabuenae) isn’t just any bat. It’s a poster bat. This year, a stunning depiction of the


5 Fascinating Facts about the Florida Bonneted Bat

The federally endangered Florida Bonneted Bat (Eumops floridanus) lives only in south and central Florida and is truly one-of-a-kind.


Agave Abroad

Last night, during a stroll through my 70-degree breezy neighborhood, I stumbled upon a honeysuckle bush. While not mine, I proactively asserted some neighborly


Illustrating Conservation

Jenny Fiddlesticks is Berlin-based tattoo artist and biologist who is passionate about science, art, and bats. BCI sat down with Fiddlesticks to discuss how she hopes her work can inspire young audiences to learn about the natural world.


Boots on the Ground

If you’re a bat biologist, chances are that the summer months mean it’s time for field work - and lots of it! 







Bats Love to Pollinate

Bats have many services that they provide people and the environment, one of them is their skill to pollinate. How do they do it? Find out.                               


Celebrating Agave in Marfa, Texas

If you find yourself driving down an endless expanse of US - 90 in West Texas, keep going. Because eventually you will find yourself slowly rolling down the main street of Marfa, Texas - a high desert city with a population resting just under 2000


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