VideoIt’s not a bird. It’s not a plane. It’s not even superman. But it flies better than any of them. It’s the barn bat — that stealth pilot of the night. And it could soon be teaching airplanes big and small how to fly.
National Weather Service radar has recently recorded a phenomenon southwest of El Paso at sunset. The radar activity — an expanding circle of blips that disappear after about an hour — isn't clouds, a thunderstorm, or any other kind of precipitation.
Researchers at the University of Birmingham have discovered that bats living in a city are less likely to move from tree to tree in brightly lit areas, according to research published online today (5th June 2015) in the journal Global Change Biology.
As a disease that has ravaged the population of the northern long-eared bat continues to spread throughout most of its habitat, scientists are looking at the Black Hills as the last bastion of hope for the species’ continued survival.
Popular Science To Save Birds And Bats, Create Wildlife Refuges In The Sky Popular Science Plenty of birds, bats, and other flying creatures die every year either by slamming into buildings or getting hit by turbines and plane engines.
USDA.gov (press release) (blog) Birds, Butterflies, Dragonflies and Bats USDA.gov (press release) (blog) Despite their value, many birds, bats, butterflies, and even dragonflies unfortunately continue to face a multitude of threats.
It is always distressing when one good environmental cause gets pitted against another good environmental cause, but that is what is happening with the debate over wind farms. The state of California requires that one-third of all energy produced in the state come from renewable sources. Wind turbines, such as the ones at Altamont Pass, have long been seen as an ideal way to obtain energy in a way that does not harm the environment, contribute to global warming or threaten public safety. The Alt
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