After three years, we’ve come to the sad realization that Lucy’s Club is not working. Only a tiny handful of users contributed through the club, and almost no one took advantage of the points system. So we’ve decided to rejigger things a bit. We are eliminating the points system, but we still want everyone to get involved in bat conservation. Our list of things to do will stay up, and we encourage you to share your actions with us. We’ll remain a platform for you to share your conservation actions, and we’ll start issuing monthly Conservation Challenges for fun. We welcome your feedback on how you’d like to interact with us and how to best showcase your amazing actions!
You can download our animated shorts from our Vimeo channel. They are available for you to use in your own educational efforts, to amuse your friends, and to promote bats and bat conservation. Keep spreading the word–Bats Aren’t Scary!
Bat Week is here!! This is your chane to get involved in bat conservation and help with a world record attempt! Find a site near you and help build one, or more, of 5,000 bat boxes on October 31! There are lots of other things you can do to help bats during Bat Week. There is lots more information at batweek.org. If you’re on Facebook, show your support by changing your profile picture for the week . Just click the widget below!
Please join us as we partner with Front Royal Grotto to kick off Virginia Cave week on Sunday, April 19.
Please enjoy our report from 2014!
Do you want to help an all-volunteer. grassroots organization that educates the public AND rescues bats? We have a few suggestions! Check out our Amazon Wishlist Click that donate button up there on the right! Send us some art for the website! Volunteer!
Do you have a bat friendly outdoor space? If so click here to get certified!
The North American Society for Bat Research (NASBR) is offering a teachers workshop at its annual meeting in Albany, NY on Saturday, October 26. Please see the flyer below for registration information. We’re presenting, as well as many other bat experts. Please share with any New York teachers you know!