Natural Inquirer Bat Articles

Bats are incredibly important to many different ecosystems. They are the only mammal that is capable of true flight. Below you will find all the Natural Inquirer resources that include information on bats. 

Picture taken by: Marvin Moriarty of USFWS



Cave Conundrum: Scientists determine if White-Nose Syndrome is responsible for all declining bat populations. You can find this article in the Caves and Karst Natural Inquirer.
The Trees Have Gone Batty!  Scientists research how bat scat helped restore a tropical forest. You can find this article in the Tropical Forest Natural Inquirer.

 Other materials:

Dr. Sybill K. Amelon scientist card - Front and Back
Dr. Roger W. Perry scientist card - Front and Back 
Caves and Karst - a distance learning module 
BatsLIVE - a distance learning adventure 
CavesLIVE - a distance learning adventure