Into the cave of the bats

Conniff, R.
February 1991
Yankee;Feb91, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p60
Looks at the bats that come from as far as Cape Cod to inhabit the Bat Cave on Mount Aeolus between Dorset and East Dorset, Vermont. Purpose of cave; Part of Vermont Nature Conservancy; February winter bat census; How bats eat and live; Bat research at cave since 1930s; Studies of summer migration; Navigation research; Description of taking census; Gestation; Raising young.


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