Here are a couple options for shots of Lisa Gatens to go with John Bordsen’s Sci-Tech “Ask A Naturalist” column – I believe it’s for Oct 29. I might be able to get you a higher res version of the “mug” if that’s the one you want go with. The other shows Lisa grappling with a red bat in Georgia though – so maybe more appropriate. Lisa may have sent this one to Marla already.
Here are a couple options for shots of Lisa Gatens to go with John Bordsen’s Sci-Tech “Ask A Naturalist” column – I believe it’s for Oct 29. I might be able to get you a higher res version of the “mug” if that’s the one you want go with. The other shows Lisa grappling with a red bat in Georgia though – so maybe more appropriate. Lisa may have sent this one to Marla already.
Here are a couple options for shots of Lisa Gatens to go with John Bordsen’s Sci-Tech “Ask A Naturalist” column – I believe it’s for Oct 29. I might be able to get you a higher res version of the “mug” if that’s the one you want go with. The other shows Lisa grappling with a red bat in Georgia though – so maybe more appropriate. Lisa may have sent this one to Marla already.

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