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#BatWeek is almost here! Join Agents of Discovery to learn cool stuff about bats!Join us for our Facebook livestream this Tuesday at 11:30 PT / 2:30 ET with Wonders of Wildlife! Join Marisa Morison; Park Ranger at Travelers' Rest State Park, and Andrea T. Valdés from the Bioconciencia - PCMM: Program for Conservation of Bats of México for a fun-filled Tuesday! See you there Agents! 🦇 ...

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We are so excited!!! We've waited to see this happen during #BatWeek for ages! Get creative and have fun! ...

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More bats from the great Joel Sartore, Photographer!Leaving their resting place at dusk, little free-tailed bats take to the sky in order to hunt, which they will do throughout the night. Like most bats, this species has monochromatic vision, which means instead of seeing in color, they only see shades of grey. As a result, the bats primarily rely on echolocation to help them with hunting and navigating throughout their homerange. Photo taken at Gorongosa National Park. #BatAppreciationMonth #bat #freetailedbat #little #littlefreetailedbat #bats #nocturnal #echolocation #hunter #PhotoArk #savetogether ...

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It's #batappreciationmonth ! And Lucy is at the Library! Come to e Churchville branch of @augustacountylibrary and find all the art! We're thrilled our art collection has landed with such a happy host for the month!
#batconservationthroughart
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