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Bats of Madagascar Print E-mail

ImageHello, I'm Amyot. My colleagues and I are very pleased to bring you this collection of calls and images of the Bats of Madagascar!

Although we now know what most Malagasy bats look and sound like, we still have very little idea of their way of life and of their conservation status. As a result bats are easily the least studied mammals in Madgascar. We hope this guide will help stimulate interest in the bats of Madagascar, before it's too late! 

We dedicate this work to the memory of our dear colleague Nicola Grimwood 





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The Butaan Project - Conservation

polillomap1.jpgThe dark green patch at center left in this unmanipulated Google Earth image is the last remaining fragment of unlogged lowland dipterocarp forest on Polillo Island, and our main study site for the last 11 years. Less than one square mile in size (220ha) and less than 100m above sea level, the Sibulan Watershed Reserve has lost much of its secondary boundary forest over the last six years through illegal and uncontrolled agricultural activities. 



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