Night sounds: Listening to and understanding bats, our only flying mammal


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Cori Lausen
Director of Bat Conservation

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2020-10-26

We sat down for an audio interview with WCS Canada bat specialist, Dr. Cori Lausen to learn what makes bats so fascinating.

Bats are very cryptic, flying around and night and often emitting sounds inaudible to the human ear. Their nocturnal habits and fluttering wings makes them mysterious - and misunderstood.

Listen to the interview.

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