Date: 6/21/18 8:04 am
From: John Greenwood via VA-bird <va-bird...>
Subject: [VA-bird] Bats in the library, not the belfry!
Since bird reports are rather slow these days, I thought a nice bat article might be of interest; after all, they do fly

Jack Greenwood
Falls Church
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> Hi,
> I thought this article from The Wall Street Journal would interest you.
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> A colony of book-protecting bats lives in Portugal’s historic Joanina Library. Best not to ask the librarians about them.
> Patricia Kowsmann
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> A 300-year-old library’s resident bats eat the bugs that devour glue and paper, but they’re attracting more interest than the literature; ‘The questions are nonstop’
> Read full article →
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