AMERICA’S NEIGHBORHOOD BATS
Understanding and Learning to Live in Harmony with Them
second revised edition
by Merlin D. Tuttle
2005, 106 pp., 34 color and 18 b&w illustrations, 9 maps. Since its first publication in 1988, this book has changed the way we look at bats by underscoring their harmless and beneficial nature. It provides a natural history and practical ecology about about bat behavior and biology, with identification keys for common North American species. The revised edition updates identification keys and information on attracting bats, designing and building bat houses, and threats to bat survival. It is profusely illustrated with top quality photos and line drawings. Paperback; 5-3/4 x 8-1/4″.
Merlin D. Tuttle, an internationally recognized authority who has devoted his life to studying bats and to educating the public about them, is President and Founder of Bat Conservation International in Austin, Texas.
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