Merlin Tuttle
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This episode is about the only mammal that can fly, one that's reviled, but actually pretty darned gentle, unlike in the vampire stories that sprung up around it. But it's also about the dogged man who's been working on saving them for the last 65 years. Support Nocturne by donating at Merlin Tuttle Credits Nocturne is produced by Vanessa Lowe Music Nocturne theme music by Kent Sparling Find out more about Merlin Tuttle and Merlin Tuttle's Bat Conservation. I highly recommend his memoir, The Secret Lives of Bats, My Adventures with the World's Most Misunderstood Mammals. Episode art by Magdalena Metrycka Support Nocturne by donating at Nocturne is a proud member of Hub and Spoke audio collective
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