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Information and photographs of 'flying-foxes' in Australia.
Bat Thematic Unit
A thematic resource on bats for students, teachers, and anyone interested in flying mammals.
Bats in Australia
Details of 90+ native species, with photos, ranges, roosts, diet and conservation status. Australian Museum Online.
The Bats of Britain
Photos and species accounts. Includes identification key.
Brain Museum - Chiroptera
Online resource of mammalian brains which covers 16 species of bat, some with photos and further information.
Includes color photos, scientific names, common names, description, behavior, range, habitats, and life cycle.
How Bats Work
Illustrated guide to bats and how they help humans.
Introduction to Chiroptera
Life history, ecology, fossil record, systematics, and morphology of bats.
Living with Wildlife: Bats
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife provides information on bats, their natural history and interactions with man.
Neural Mechanisms of Vocal Control in Bats.
Research by Gerd Schuller aims to determine which brain structures are involved in eliciting or controlling motor reactions and behavioral patterns.
North American Symposium on Bat Research
Scientific society which promotes the study of the biology of bats by holding an annual meeting of scientists, students, and the public from around the world.
Taxonomy of bats from the Animal Diversity Web.
Full checklist of 32 species, with links to detailed species accounts.
University of Bristol Bat Ecology and Bioacoustics Lab
Resources and research on the reproductive and foraging ecology of bats, echolocation, conservation, interactions between bats and moths, and bioacoustics.
Warwickshire Bat Group
Includes photographs and detailed information on all the bats found in the UK.
Rare bat on brink of UK extinction
The BBC reports that one of the UK's rarest mammals, the grey long-eared bat is in danger of disappearing from the country. (August 05, 2013)
Bat killing WNS fungus confirmed in Arkansas
The BBC reports on the further spread of the fungus that causes White-Nose Syndrome. (August 02, 2013)
Cold War bunkers offer bats refuge from killer disease
The BBC reports on plans to use cold war nuclear bunkers to safeguard bats from white-nose syndrome. (May 08, 2013)
US publishes white-nose bat killer action plan
The BBC goes underground with US biologist Carl Herzog to video the damage. (May 18, 2011)
Bat cull “will not stop white-nose syndrome spreading”
The BBC reports on a study published in Conservation Biology. (December 24, 2010)
Plea for help spotting bat killer
The BBC reports that bat groups and cavers across the UK have been asked to report suspected cases of an illness that has killed bats in the US. (December 22, 2008)
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