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Teresa
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PostSubject: Re: Billion dollar bats are endangered   Billion dollar bats are endangered Icon_minitimeThu Apr 07, 2011 9:51 am

That's an incredible article, Teresa. Thanks for sharing it with us. Billion dollar bats are endangered 142829

I never realized bats were so valuable in the agriculture industry. Billion dollar bats are endangered 279675
It's a shame that their population is declining. Disappointed


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PostSubject: Re: Billion dollar bats are endangered   Billion dollar bats are endangered Icon_minitimeThu Apr 07, 2011 1:00 pm

I just love bats!

I found it very interesting that there actually was a study about their contribution to (environmentally-friendly) pest control. I believe their droppings are good fertilizers too, but isn't dealt with in here.

I hope that this study contributes to their protection and survival.
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PostSubject: Re: Billion dollar bats are endangered   Billion dollar bats are endangered Icon_minitimeThu Apr 07, 2011 1:11 pm

Teresa wrote:
I just love bats!

I found it very interesting that there actually was a study about their contribution to (environmentally-friendly) pest control
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I believe their droppings are good fertilizers too, but isn't dealt with in here.

I hope that this study contributes to their protection and survival.

That is very interesting. Billion dollar bats are endangered 395766

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PostSubject: Re: Billion dollar bats are endangered   Billion dollar bats are endangered Icon_minitimeThu Apr 07, 2011 1:49 pm

I've seen t.v. shows about the bats and their white nose syndrome. Sad. They really do eat a lot of mosquitoes which is great, and yes, they do sell the guano for fertilizer. I think bats are cute. I hope they can find a way to stop their decline. I hadn't even heard about the wind turbines before.
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PostSubject: Re: Billion dollar bats are endangered   Billion dollar bats are endangered Icon_minitimeThu Apr 07, 2011 4:11 pm

NiteOwl wrote:
I've seen t.v. shows about the bats and their white nose syndrome. Sad. They really do eat a lot of mosquitoes which is great, and yes, they do sell the guano for fertilizer. I think bats are cute. I hope they can find a way to stop their decline.

I hadn't even heard about the wind turbines before.

They are getting to be nearly as popular as cell phones.
Wind turbines

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