The Great Ball Game

Baturday News is a weekly blog written by Rachael, a 6th grade student and Save Lucy volunteer. I hope everyone had a Happy Thanksgiving and that everyone was thankful for the little bats. Since we wouldn’t have Thanksgiving if it weren’t for the Native Americans, I thought I should post one more Native American story. […]

Brownie’s Halloween

Baturday News is a weekly blog written by Rachael, a 6th grade student and Save Lucy volunteer. This week, we welcome another student, special guest illustrator E. Wright, who donated an illustration to today’s blog. Hello, it’s only five more days until Halloween! Yay! Today I will share a story that I wrote about Brownie […]

Boosday News

Baturday News is a weekly blog written by Rachael, a 6th grade student and Save Lucy volunteer. Welcome to a special edition of Baturday News, which we are posting on Tuesday, or rather, Boosday, because of some computer glitches. We hope you enjoy Rachael’s batty poetry. Hi everybody! Since it is almost Halloween, I thought […]

Tails & Tales

Baturday News is a weekly blog written by Rachael, a 6th grade student and Save Lucy volunteer. Do bats even have a tail? Most bats do but a few bats don’t. The hind legs of many bats are connected by a membrane called the uropatagium. The uropatagium is supported by the legs, the tail bones […]

Wings!

Bats are in the scientific order Chiroptera which means “hand-wing.” If you look at a bat’s wing, it is supported by the bones of the hand. Bat wings are made of skin that is stretched over the bat’s arm and fingers. The wings go all the way from the arms to the ankles. Bats have […]