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Bats Paperback – September 1, 2000
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Karey Wehner, San Francisco Public Library
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This book, Bats, by Gail Gibbons, is a very good overview of bat anatomy and behavior. Published in 1999, it seems a bit out of date given the impacts of two new issues on bat populations. The first is the impact of wind energy developments on bat mortality. Tens of thousands of bats are killed every year due to their interactions with wind turbines. The second issue is even newer. In 2006, a new fungal disease called White Nose Syndrome, apparently transferred from Europe to the US, has killed over a million eastern bats, and the disease is moving west.
For the adult reader, consider America's Neighborhood Bats: Understanding and Learning to Live in Harmony with Them.
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my students liked this book. It was at times a little over their heads but still had alot of info in it. I am still glad I got it. It is a nice addition to my bat unit.Published 6 months ago by T. Wood
Very nice book, exactly what I wanted, perfect transaction! Fast delivery.Published 16 months ago by email@example.com
as always with Gail Gibbons, a wonderful and age appropriate bookPublished 19 months ago by Betsy Neylon