Schools get bat guides

The National Trust for the Cayman Islands has reprinted one of their popular study guides, Bats of the Cayman Islands.

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Triple C students receive their new bat guides from Frank Roulstone, General Manager of the National Trust and Lois Blumenthal, author of the study guide and Director of the National Trusts Bat Conservation Programme.

Financial assistance from Truly Nolen, Ambassadors of the Environment and Bat Conservation International has facilitated the reprinting and distribution of the study guides.

‘Five hundred study guides have been printed and distributed to every teacher in the Cayman Islands and copies will also be given to all public libraries’, said Marnie Laing, Education Programmes Manager of the National Trust.

Bats of the Cayman Islands is an educator’s guide to the native bats found in the Cayman Islands and forms part of the National Trust’s and the Department of Education’s study guide series which includes guides on National Symbols of the Cayman Islands, Marvelous Mangroves and Grand Cayman Blue Iguanas.

If you would like more information on Bats of the Cayman Islands or any other of their study guides please contact the National Trust on 949-0121 or [email protected].

The National Trust is non-profit organisation with a goal to preserve natural environments and sites of historic significance in the Cayman Islands. If you would like to become a sponsor of the National Trust and assist in their projects, please contact Caroline Key, Development & Marketing Manager of the National Trust on 949-0121 or [email protected].

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