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In case you've been camping in the wilderness or vacationing on Mars, today is #GivingTuesday. There's a donate button on our Facebook page, or visit our website if you'd like to donate. Or, if you happen to be still shopping online, we maintain wishlists on Amazon and Chewy, and we're on Amazon Smile (all still under The Save Lucy Campaign).www.chewy.com/g/the-save-lucy-campaign_b75348206smile.amazon.com/hz/charitylist/ls/11HZ3MKR3A1W2?ref_=smi_se_cl_rd_cl #GivingTuesday2021 #batrescue #helpbats ... See MoreSee Less
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As #GivingTuesday rapidly approaches, we want to take a minute to #givethanks to some, but by no means all, the other organizations that help us #savebats. We are forever indebted to @wildlifecenter_va for vet care, advice, and collaboration. We could not carry on without the unending support, good humor, and wise counsel from @pabatrescue and @wildthingssanctuary. We so appreciate the heavy lifting from Rockfish Wildlife Sanctuary, Blue Ridge Wildlife Center, AERO Animal Education and Rescue Organization, and Southwest Virginia Wildlife Center of Roanoke, who take and care for the bats we cannot. And finally, we are always thankful to the organization that started BCRV and so very many other bat rescue orgs, Bat World Sanctuary. ... See MoreSee Less
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We're very thankful for the wonderful partners at White-Nose Syndrome in Bats who asked Rehabber Kim to create this awesome Bat Chef. We think she's doing a great job promoting how much we rely on bats for our Thanksgiving meals!Pecans, walnuts, potatoes, wheat, apples, celery, cranberries, corn, oranges, grapes (vineyard wines), carrots, sugar, sweet potatoes, onions, and decorative flowers - these are all bat-assisted ingredients that decorate our Thanksgiving table. Thank you, bats! 📷: Kim O'Keefe ow.ly/yzns50GUoso ... See MoreSee Less
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#GivingTuesday is a week away. We know you have lots of worthy organizations asking for your support. If you can spare a little bit for the littlest endangered species, we'd really appreciate it. Thanks! ... See MoreSee Less
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