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Bats: Creatures of the Night, by J. Milton

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Bats: Creatures of the Night
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This video version of Bats: Creatures of the Night by Joyce Milton includes text, narration, and pictures. It is listed on the CoreStandards.org website as part of the suggested reading material for grades 2-3.  (09:15)
February 8, 2012 at 06:56 PM
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The Bats Come Out at Night
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This video shows amazing footage of mother bats feeding their offspring in preparation for migration.  A narrator provides information on the caracteristics and needs of bats.  This video compliments the text exemplar story " Bats: Creatures of the N... [more]
November 19, 2011 at 10:04 AM
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Baby Fruit Bat
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This video has no scientific information but does show a baby bat up close and could be used to compliment the text exemplar Bats. (1:28) My sister is a volunteer for Wildlife care and rescue in Australia, she was looking after 3 baby fruit bats in D... [more]
November 25, 2011 at 11:32 PM
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Bats, Bats, Bats
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This is a fun children's song entitled  "Bats, Bats, Bats" sung by Rosie Emery featuring a variety of photos of bats.  (02:56)
June 27, 2012 at 11:49 AM
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SCIENCE SCREEN REPORT - Ecology: Bats - Creatures of the Night - Volume 41 Issue 2
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Texas is the site of a wild nighttime spectacle. Annually from May through October, some 40 million Mexican free-tailed bats migrate to their breeding home in Bracken Cave, San Antonio. Scientists enter the cave through the above-ground mine shaft, b... [more]
June 8, 2012 at 01:56 PM
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