'Wildlife Rescue of the Microbat' is an amazing training book, illustrated with wonderful photos, it teaches you how to care for microbats.
Wildlife Carers around the world will find this book fascinating - tips, hints and real life photos.
Part of a series of 'Wildlife Rescue' ebooks including: Microbats, flying foxes & Fruibats, Bandicoots, Kookaburras, Tawny frogmouth (nightjar), Willy Wagtail, Wombats, Brushtail Possum, Ringtail Possum, Quoll (Tiger cat), Tasmanian Devil.. and so many more - stay tuned to see them - coming soon!!
See what people are saying about our ebook:
Congratulations on your wonderful publication. Jeff Falconer, President FAWNA. WA
It's very informative and a very positive way to educate about our precious wildlife and to support wildlife carers. Margaret Warner - www.kangaroofootprints.com.au
Do you love bats? Then you are going to love this book on caring for the Microbat and stay tuned as the following book in the series is : Wildlife Rescue of Flying Foxes & Fruit Bats has come out with this book directly... download it today!!
One question asked is “ Do Microbats have large ears?” or “Do Microbats have big or small ears?” these questions are answered in this book.
Enjoy it in colour too – the book is created in full-colour. Enjoy a colourful experience playing it in a kindle app on IOS, Android, Iphone 4, Smart Phone, PC, Mac, etc...
This book is proudly brought out as a 'series' of Wildlife Rescue books for people who love wildlife and wish to help our beautiful creatures. Microbats can be found in Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom UK, America, USA, Canada, Ireland, Africa, Asia, New Guinea and everywhere except the Antartica.
We invite you to browse this book even just to enjoy the photos - with lovely photos of a wide variety of beautiful microbats such as the : red microbat (L.borealis) Free-tail microbat (T.brasilliensis) pallid microbat (Antrozoidae) Goulds Wattled Bat (C. gouldii) Big Brown (E.fuscus) Eastern free-tail (Mormopteru) White-striped free-tail (T. australis) The little forest bat (V.vulturnus) Northern long eared bat (N.bifax) The Lesser Long-eared bat (N.geoffroy) Southern Forest bats (V.regulus) Eastern Horseshoe Microbat (R.megaphyllius) Chocolate wattled Bat (C.morio) Southern Free-tail bat (M. planiceps) Diadem leaf-nosed bat (H.diadema) and loads more...
We invite you to visit our website and check out our Wildlife Rescue Magazine today - www.wildliferescuemagazine.com A free magazine download - or view online FREE today!! (Donations are appreciated)