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President Leslie is having fun at Wildlife Rehabilitators of North Carolina (WRNC) annual symposium and scored at the impressive book sale! Tomorrow she speaks about, you guessed it, bats! Thanks to EVELYN'S WILDLIFE REFUGE for the cute blue buddy. ... See MoreSee Less
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It's wonderful that one of the last intakes of 2022 was our first release of 2023! Of course it's highly unusual to have a week long arctic blast followed by a week of springtime temperatures! Silver hair bats are cold hardy, but this little fella picked a bad spot to evade the weather. Luckily the homeowner spotted him on the garage floor and quickly got him to us. After gaining 2 grams in a week, we decided he was ready to go. He agreed! #batrescue #silverhairbat #batsofvirginia ... See MoreSee Less
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*Update* transport has been secured . Please see comments below if you're interested in becoming a transporter to help bats!Happy New Year! Is this the year you decided that you were going to get serious about volunteering to help wildlife? Have we got an opportunity for you!This little speck needs a ride from the Staunton area to Powhatan! She's very lonely here because she's the only evening bat in residence. Rehabber Heather in Powhatan has another evening bat, and because she's in the known range, she'll be able to release this little one in the spring.Please contact us directly at 703-973-3157 if you can help. Thanks! ... See MoreSee Less
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