The Learning Cave
You’ve entered the Learning Cave! Here you’ll find links to:
- our Bat Blog;
- to find out what species of bats occur along California’s Central Coast;
- to know what’s really going on when you’ve got “bats in your belfry”;
- and what to do if you’ve got bats in your house or found a bat in your yard.
- You can find out interesting facts (and debunked myths) about bats;For example, did you know that three U.S. states have an official state bat? The Mexican free-tailed bat (Tadarida brasiliensis) is the state bat of Texas and Oklahoma while the endangered Virginia Big-eared Bat (Corynorhinus townsendii virginianus) is, well, the state bat of Virginia!
- information about bats and disease including rabies,
- or you can use our Contact Page to ask us a question about bats.Every month we choose a “Questions of the Month” and create a feature on our Web site to let our readers know the question, the answer, and best of all, we’ll post your bio as “Inquisitive Bat Researcher of the Month“.