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Bats

by Mary Ann Kelley

Resources for studying about bats

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Basic Facts About Bats  (Y,M)
From Defenders of Wildlife

Incredible Bats  (Y. M)
Interactive website offering videos. x-ray photos, quizzes, activities, and resources on bats.

Bat Worksheets  (Y)
From Kids Zone worksheets

Bat kids  (Y,M)
Bat Conservation Trust offers webpages with bat facts, fun things to do, and ways to can get involved in helping bats.

Bats, Creatures of the Night  (Y)
A video version of Bats: Creatures of the Night by Joyce Milton includes text, narration, and pictures. It is listed on the CoreStandards.org website as part of the suggested reading material for grades 2-3

Lubee Bat Conservancy  (Y,M,O,T)
Lubee Bat Conservancy works to save fruit bats and their habitats through research, breeding, conservation, and education.

Yellowstone Lake State Park  (Y,M,O,T)
Yellowstone Lake State Park lacks mosquitoes. This is due to a glossy-eyed mammal with wings. The 968-acre park is the summer home to more than 4,000 little brown bats. The bats roost in 31 bat houses throughout the park. The houses serve as nurseries, where the bats raise their pups.

Colossal Cave Mountain Park  (Y,M,O,T)
Explore the different sections of this site to experience the area's history, meet some of our abundant wildlife, learn about our educational resources and facilities and check out the FAQs section to answer some of the most commonly asked questions.

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