Bat Facts for Bat Lovers

January 22, 2013 | Sherry Samuels

I recevied the following email through a bat listserve:  


Dear Friend of Bats,
Happy New Year!  

Bats are fascinating creatures, and now the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has a way for educators, conservationists and all who appreciate bats to learn about the endangered Indiana bat and other species.  The Service has launched the Indiana Bat Calendar, an electronic calendar featuring 365 bat facts.  The Calendar is found on the Service’s Region 3 website.  Subscribers can sign up to automatically receive the daily bat fact, and the widget on the website is available for posting by other agencies and organizations.  Bat facts cover life history and conservation efforts for the Indiana bat and for other bat species.  The project is an effort to raise awareness of Indiana bats, bat conservation in general and critical issues such as white-nose syndrome.  

Please sign up for the Indiana Bat Calendar – A Fact a Day for 2013.  Encourage others to sign up as well.

To sign up for the calendar, go to


The link below will take you directly to the page where you can sign up for your daily “BAT FACT”

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