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Alberta Environment and Parks: Bats site description for Alberta Environment and Parks: Bats
Information on the life history and conservation of bats identified in Alberta. Look at the menu on the left side for further information on each of the nine species of bats found in Alberta. 
http://aep.alberta.ca/fish-wildlife/wild-species/mammals/bats/default.aspx

 
Bat Conservation International: Species Profiles site description for Bat Conservation International: Species Profiles
For each bat, you will see its scientific name and common name. Click on the picture to find a more detailed profile including habitat. 
http://www.batcon.org/resources/media-education/species-profiles

 
Defenders of Wildlife Fact Sheet - Bats site description for Defenders of Wildlife Fact Sheet - Bats
Learn more by checking out some key facts about bats; information includes diet, behaviour and conservation efforts. There's also a video and sound files. Note that this is written from an American perspective, but includes Canada in the range maps. 
http://www.defenders.org/wildlife_and_habitat/wildlife/bats.php

 
Canadian Wildlife Federation: The Truth about Bats site description for Canadian Wildlife Federation: The Truth about Bats
This article provides some great information about bats and the benefits of having these amazing creatures around. Learn some amazing facts and dismiss those incorrect myths. 
http://cwf-fcf.org/en/discover-wildlife/magazines/wild-classes/entries/2011/grade-6/bats-and-echolocation.html

 
Canadian Wildlife Federation: Batty about Bats site description for Canadian Wildlife Federation: Batty about Bats
This article answers some key questions about bats, including their importance in our ecosystem. Learn how they use echoloation and some of their most common threats. You can also learn about how to help save their populations. 
http://cwf-fcf.org/en/resources/encyclopedias/fauna/mammals/batty-about-bats.html

 
Canadian Wildlife Federation: Little Brown Bat site description for Canadian Wildlife Federation: Little Brown Bat
One of Canada's most well-known bats is the little brown bat. Find a description, photos and one-minute video about this small creature. 
http://cwf-fcf.org/en/resources/encyclopedias/fauna/mammals/little-brown-bat.html

 
Hinterland Who's Who: Bats site description for Hinterland Who's Who: Bats
This resource page about bats has video and sound, related links (including how to build a bat house), description, habitat, range, feeding, breeding and conservation. 
http://www.hww.ca/en/wildlife/mammals/bats.html

 
BBC Nature: Bats site description for BBC Nature: Bats
From this page, you can watch a video or scroll down to explore some of the different types of bats including Mexican free-tailed, vamipire, horseshoe and megabats. 
http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/life/Bat

 
National Geographic Kids: Vampire Bats site description for National Geographic Kids: Vampire Bats
This is a site from National Geographic on vampire bats. It provides both textual facts, as well as audio and video. 
http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids/animals/creaturefeature/vampire-bat/

 
Bat Cave: Underground site description for Bat Cave: Underground
In this video, a team of scientists explore a bat cave in Jamaica. The scientists are learning about bat caves so that they can create a bat cave at the Royal Ontario Museum. 
http://www.rom.on.ca/en/collections-research/rom-channel/bat-cave-underground

 
Fruit Bats site description for Fruit Bats
This page from the National Wildlife Federation describes some of the key characteristics of fruit bats and provides pictures. 
http://www.nwf.org/Kids/Ranger-Rick/Animals/Mammals/Fruit-Bats.aspx

 
Bats! Why Should You Care? site description for Bats! Why Should You Care?
Learning about bats can be enjoyed in many different ways. Here is a site that provides "A Thematic Resource for Teachers and Students" Great find! 
http://intergate.cccoe.k12.ca.us/bats/

 
Bats in the Crowsnest Pass site description for Bats in the Crowsnest Pass
This page looks at the bats found in the Crowsnest Pass area of Alberta. They are discussed in terms of the forest, grassland, and alpine environments. 
http://www.uleth.ca/vft/crowsnest/bats.html

 
Bats Bats Everywhere site description for Bats Bats Everywhere
This children's site explores nine bat facts. You will discover such things as: what bats really look like, what kinds of homes they have, and why an animal that flies is not always a bird. There are also fun activites related to bats that visitors to this site can explore. 
http://www.bats4kids.org/
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