Basically Bats Logo What you are hearing is a bat hunting for food - the bat hunts using echolocation.

 

If bats had colorful feathers...2013/14 Annual Appeal

If bats had colorful feathers. . . (click photo)

 

Basically Bats is a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to:

  • Wildlife Rehabilitation.
    We provide publications, workshops, and funds to support licensed wildlife rehabilitators.

  • Research.
    We support well-planned scientific studies that have sound methodology.

  • Education and Conservation.
    We promote public awareness about the value of preserving bats and other wildlife by
    audio-visual presentations, media appearances, educational publications and seminars.

  • Public Health - We assist the public in the proper methods for dealing with bat problems through telecommunications, brochures, and lectures.
Basically Bats is recognized by the IRS as a Section 501(c)(3) non-profit tax-exempt public charity. 

Donations are tax-deductible and all donated funds directly support our bat and wildlife conservation efforts.
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Rehabilitating Bats with White-nose Syndrome

 

Rehabilitating Bats with WNS manual

 

 

Volume 1

Bats In Captivity - Volume 1 (Edited by Susan M. Barnard)

Volume 2

Bats In Captivity - Volume 2 (Edited by Susan M. Barnard)

Volume 3

Bats In Captivity - Volume 3 (Edited by Susan M. Barnard)

  

Volume 4

Bats In Captivity - Volume 4 (Edited by Susan M. Barnard)

 

 

 

Hi Kids!  Read all about Benny.  (Illustration courtesy of Sue Ellis)
Tabitha's Tale Order Now!

Tabitha's Tale

About white-nose syndrome

Greely Mine hibernating bat with WNS
Bat Box Find out more about bat boxes.
Homey D. Bat Vampire bat (Desmodus rotundus) affectionately called Homey.  Homey was one of the first vampire bats hand raised successfully in captivity.

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Basically Bats is recognized by the IRS as a Section 501(c)(3) non-profit tax-exempt public charity.  Donations are tax-deductible and all donated funds directly support our bat and wildlife conservation efforts.


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Page last updated 01 November 2013

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