Spring for Wildlife!

Baturday News is a weekly blog written by Rachael, a 6th grade student and Save Lucy volunteer. Rachael’s interest in bats was sparked by the big browns bats that use the outside of her home for a winter roost. Her family has cheerfully hosted this wild colony for years. 

2014 National Wildlife Week graphicHi Everyone! I hope everyone had a happy National Wildlife Week. It’s not too late to do something special for your wildlife, if you haven’t done anything to celebrate yet.

I found a very interesting National Geographic article that I thought you all might want to read. Here is the link http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2014/03/bat-echo/mcgrath-text.
I hope everyone likes it. It’s about how flowers have evolved to attract fruit bats. Make sure you click on the pictures because they are all awesome!

Tinybat is looking forward to his trip to Washington, DC on Thursday. I’m looking forward to being part of his entourage. Maybe Tinybat will get to meet someone important. Hint:  Mr. Obama, you are more than welcome to attend. Tinybat would love to shake your hand and get your autograph. I wouldn't mind it either.
(You’re invited to join us in Washington too! Read more here—Ed.)

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