state, but they are very rare. The gray bat (Myotis grisescens) also occurs, but only a few individuals from this species have been reported.
Where to learn more about bat conservation and bat education materials
plans for a bathouse:
Nongame Wildlife Program, West Virginia Division of Natural Resources, Elkins, West Virginia
Bat Conservation International, PO Box 62603, Austin, Texas, 78716
327-9721 FAX (512) 327-9724 http://www.batcon.org
Videos on bats suitable for educators and classroom use:
“The Secret World of Bats”, produced by Bat Conservation International and Survival Anglia. This 48-minute video was seen originally on the CBS network television.
See: BCI web site: (http://www.batcon.org/batsmag/batindex.html)
to find more information on the magazine BATS published by Bat Conservation International.
Where to learn more about animal control on the Web:
“Bats of America”, produced by Bat
Conservation International. 15 minutes
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