I take objection to the Publisher’s stance on the problem/challenge of the endangered Indiana bat. Rather than viewing it in such a polarizing way, one should think, “How can we meet somewhere in the middle?” We have been entrusted with being stewards of all God’s creation. Ecology is the balance of nature. We are losing approximately 10,000 species each year. Bat houses can be made and erected on the edge of clearings. Maintaining the EPA is likewise important so we don’t leave a polluted, barren planet for the generations to come. No more rivers on fire, please! I have this question, would this be an issue if government funds/tax payer dollars were not being used to establish this business?