After each NATURE premiere, we gather online videos we love into a playlist. From our newest film to incredible footage from around the web, here were our favorites. And don’t forget, you can always subscribe to our newsletter so you don’t miss a thing!
In Case You Missed It:
An ecologist tracks the lesser long-nosed bat’s epic migration across Mexico, braving hurricanes, snakes and seas of cockroaches, in order to save the species and the tequila plants they pollinate. Watch HERE.
Our Favorite Moments From the Film:
It’s called the bat volcano because every night, it erupts.
To track the migration patterns of the lesser long-nosed bats, Ecologist Rodrigo Medellin coats bats in harmless UV dust.
After setting up cameras in a bat nursery, Ecologist Rodrigo Medellin captured a moment never filmed before.
More Good Nature:
Learn more about these small mammals HERE.
Take in the wonderful wildlife of Mexico.
These bats are out for a tequila plant nightcap.
Go behind the camera with ecologist Rodrigo Medellin.
Chris and Martin Batt’s tree home was destroyed and their forced to find a new shelter. Enter Nature Cat and his pals who come to the rescue, helping Chris and Martin Batt by building them their brand new home! Onward and keep-on-nature-adventuring-ward!
Help your child build a bat box and learn about the habitat preferences and shelter needs of the little brown bat. After building bat house your child can use the criteria for good bat house placement to choose the best spot for their bat house.
The gang learns how bats are nothing to be afraid of, and they gain a new appreciation for bat ecology, predators and insects, and echolocation. In the accompanying clips, come along with the gang to save a bat roost, go on a nocturnal flyaround, and gain a new appreciation for bats.