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Friends & Partners
On the front line of advocacy to end the abuse and destruction of bats. BWS has been recognized as the world leader in bat rehabilitation and rescues thousands of bats that might otherwise die. Lifetime sanctuary is given to nonreleasable bats, including those that are orphaned, injured, confiscated from the illegal pet trade and retired from zoos and research facilities. Bat World Sanctuary was founded in 1994 and is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, all volunteer organization.
Bat Week is an annual, international celebration of the role of bats in nature. Bat Week occurs at the end of October and is organized by a team of representatives from across North America from conservation organizations and government departments.
Our Mission is to conduct and encourage basic and applied research on North American bats, by collaborating with students and other scientists, and to make our findings available to the scientific community and the public through technical and popular publications, teaching and outreach programs.
The Animal Help Now service, available at AHNow.org and through free iPhone and Android apps, leverages digital technologies to immediately connect people involved with wildlife emergencies and conflicts with the most appropriate time- and location-specific resources and services. Animal Help Now serves the entire United States.
Our chapter serves a very special and ecologically important area of Virginia. Augusta and Rockingham Counties are the natal grounds of two of Virginia’s famous rivers: the Shenandoah River and the James River.
An award-winning software platform designed to help people reconnect with the natural world. Launched out of NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program in early 2010, the project began as an experiment to mobilize citizen scientists and build a digital butterfly net for the 21st century. Backed by National Geographic, Project Noah is mobilizing a new generation of nature explorers and helping people from around the world appreciate their local wildlife. Our community is harnessing the power and popularity of new mobile technologies to collect important ecological data and help preserve global biodiversity.
Our hope is to not only bring back recollections of the past but also create new memories by providing a place for our community to gather around warm food, good people and share a part of our mountain heritage. And they promote conservation through being fully solar powered and providing bat and bee habitat.
Ava Abramowitz & Neil Rackham
We thank Ms. Abramowitz and Mr. Rackham for their generous contribution, and we appreciate their land management and conservation efforts, which support native plants and wildlife in Northern Virginia.
Erin Murray supports local conservation efforts through donations and incorporating nature into her work. Murray’s new work is on regular exhibit at the Wooden Trout Gallery in Harrisonburg, VA, Bowersock Gallery in Provincetown, MA, and the Gallery at 100 Market in Portsmouth, NH. Prints of her work are available at the Lady Jane in Harrisonburg, VA and at Made: By the People, For the People in Staunton, VA. You can make an appointment or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss commissions or other purchases.
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