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Nathaniel Marshall
Give Bats A Podcast
A podcast for bats and their defenders! We’re talking bat stuff with bat people from all around the globe.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 7 ratings
My FAVORITE podcast!
Every new episode I think is my favorite, until the next episode comes out and then THAT one is my favorite lol. I’m so grateful for the amazing knowledge and thought provoking conversations provided. Thank you!
Persephones_Cave via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/03/21
Batty for bats!
This is a fantastic podcast with a passionate host and wonderful guests! Nate has a great Twitter presence in advocating for bats and it’s so exciting to see that presence expanded! Can’t wait for more episodes, this is going to be incredible.
LeCalmar via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/01/21
Recent Episodes
Greetings, batfolk!! My guest this episode is Dr. Dina Dechmann, a Swiss ecologist that lives in Switzerland and then crosses the border to work in Germany every day at the Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior. Dina’s career and research has taken her all over the world, as you’ll soon learn,...
Published 11/26/21
Greetings, batfolk!! My guest today is Dr. Melissa Ingala. Among other things, I talked to Melissa about her projects at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History and the American Museum of Natural History, why Nancy Simmons is such a batass (that’s b-a-t-ass, hehe), what the heck a...
Published 11/26/21
Which came first: the vampire bat or the vampire cryptid? According to Dr. Gerry Carter, the cryptid is a cheap imitation of the real flesh-and-blood bat although the animal was technically named after the mythical creature. In this episode, among other things, we talk about Gerry's fascinating...
Published 10/29/21
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