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World Dracula Day? Who Knew?

May 26th, 2018| Baturday News

Hi everyone! I hope you all had a good week. I am looking forward to a nice three-day weekend. I plan on sleeping late each of those three days. And I am very happy about it. I found out that today is “World Dracula Day”. World Dracula Day celebrates the anniversary of the first publication […]

Sluuuurrrrppp!!

May 19th, 2018| Baturday News

Hi everyone! I hope you all had a good week. It has been a very wet one here in the DC area. It has rained and poured pretty much all week. The plants are all really happy, but I feel sorry for all the little critters. There are some pretty wet looking little squirrels in […]

Oh, we’ve been flying for eons!

May 12th, 2018| Baturday News

Hi everyone! I hope you all had a good week! I enjoyed my last week before standardized testing begins. I only have one test a week for the next two weeks, but I still wish I didn’t have to take them. I have some exciting news. The oldest common mouse-eared bat fossil ever found has […]

When your timing is off, things can go wrong!

May 5th, 2018| Baturday News

Hi everyone! I hope you all had a good week. I had a good one because it was nice and warm and it’s one week closer to summer vacation. I have to suffer through standardized testing and final exams first, but it’s almost summer! I read an article about bats in Portugal and I have […]

A bat fit for a king!

April 28th, 2018| Baturday News

Hi everyone! I hope you all had a good week! I did because yesterday was King’s Day in the Netherlands. Since I am part Dutch, I celebrated the day with some Dutch pancakes and a yummy Dutch cake. King’s Day is the birthday of the Dutch King. So, I would like to wish His Majesty, […]

A Very Good Week Indeed!!

April 21st, 2018| Baturday News

Hi everyone! I hope you all had a good week! The world of bats had a pretty good one. I have some very exciting news. Mr. Rob Laidlaw has finished writing his book on bats. Bat Citizens:  Defending the Ninjas of the Night has already been released in Canada and will be on the shelves […]

Saskatchewan: Corner Gas and Little Brown Bats, Hooray!

April 14th, 2018| Baturday News

Today’s blog is dedicated to the people of Saskatchewan, Canada. I was very sad to hear about the terrible accident last weekend. I know this is a very difficult time for the people of Saskatchewan and for many people throughout Canada. Please know that my thoughts are with you. I hope you all had a […]

This April, a little March Sadness

April 7th, 2018| Baturday News

The images above are white nose species we have hosted at Save Lucy. Not all species are imperiled equally, but all of them, even the more common ones, are in need of conservation action. — Ed. Hi everyone! I hope you all had a good week. Mine started off well because it was Easter. I […]

A Bat for Mrs. Brown

March 31st, 2018| Baturday News

Hi everyone! I hope you all had a good week. I had an awesome one because it was my spring break. I got to sleep late every single day! It was nice to be able to relax and not have to get up early for school. But, I think I’m lucky that I get to […]

The climes, they are a changing

March 24th, 2018| Baturday News

I would like to dedicate this week’s blog to Sudan. Sudan was the world’s last surviving male northern white rhino. He lived in Kenya and was 45 years old. Sudan’s daughter and granddaughter are the last two remaining northern white rhinos in the world. His death brings us closer to a world without these wonderful […]

Erin go Bats!

March 17th, 2018| Baturday News

I would like to dedicate this blog to the memory of Professor Stephen Hawking. Stephen Hawking was an English theoretical physicist who passed away earlier this week at the age of 76. Professor Hawking was a completely amazing person who was diagnosed with ALS when he was 21 and was given only two years to […]

Bringing a fungus to light, or vice versa…

March 10th, 2018| Baturday News

Hi everyone! I hope you all had a good week. I was sad on Thursday because it had snowed the night before, and I STILL HAD SCHOOL!!! There was at least half a millimeter of snow on the cars when I woke up in the morning. The sidewalks were damp. It was obvious to all […]