Bat Conservation International
** - Explore the world of bats through the articles,
photos, and trivia.
Bat Facts and Trivia - Piles of fun facts and trivia items
relating to bats.
Bat Society (ABS) - Australian bat information including
species lists, information on threatened species, the Australian
Bat Action Plan, images, calls, etc.
Flying Fox Conservation Foundation - Information on flying
foxes in Australia and contacts for researchers of megchiroptera.
Info for fruit growers and other issues including urban conflict.
Profiles on Australian flying fox species.
Conservation in Cornwall - Cornwall Wildlife Trust bat
conservation section. Contains information about bats, bat
conservation and rehabilitation of bats in Cornwall.
The Bat Conservation Trust
- Today more and more people enjoy marveling at the amazing
flight of bats.
Bat Crew - Large reference
site to the conservation, rescue, and welfare of bats, including
educational programs. Discusses bat myths. Includes a "fun
for kids" page.
Ecology & Bioacoustics Lab - Current research at the
batlab at the University of Bristol, UK, which specializes
in reproductive and foraging ecology.
Creations - Help rid you home of annoying insects with
the help of a natural predator. Buy a bat house and let nature
do the work for you.
House Discussion - A web discussion forum for individuals
to share their bat house experiences. Includes links to bat
Bat House page - Shows the building, assembly, and installation
of a bat house.
Unit - A thematic resource on bats for students, teachers,
and anyone who really likes these flying mammals.
Bat World Sanctuary and
Educational Center - A sanctuary for non-releasable bats
and rehabilitation center for injured bats. Located in Texas,
Bat World is funded by educational programs, private donations,
and the sale of bat-related products including bat guano fertilizer
and the adopt-a-bat program. Information on what to do if
you have found a bat is included on web site.
- Southeastern Australia bat call directory, with other publications
on bats and links to other bat-related information resources.
All you want to know about bats. Species database, message
boards, image gallery etc.
Bat-House.com - A site
that has links to answer all of your bat house questions
and Evolution - Ron Lyttle's essay discusses the complex
design of bats, and challenges the evolutionary theories regarding
Europe - Bourges Museum (France) studies life of bats
in the wild. Site in French and English offers lots of pictures.
- Your source for region-specific information on bat habits,
habitat needs and health concerns. We are dedicated to the
wise stewardship of northwest bats through scientific research
and community outreach.
Detector - Hand built to order, an assembled unit that
is portable, small, lightweight and is powered by a 9 volt
Central Bat Houses - Offering single and multiple chambered
bat houses made from quality redwood, as well as general information
Natural History Museum - General information about bats.
a bat house - University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension
in Lancaster and Douglas counties factsheet on attracting
bats to your yard.
Buzbee Bat House Temperature Plot - The largest collection
of bat related URL's on the Internet
Canadian Bat Resources
- Maintained by Caving Canada.
Chiricahua Bat Site - Species descriptions and photos
for the 24 kinds of bats found in the Chiricahua Mountains
of SE Arizona. Sections on bats and rabies and bat houses
Company - Bats are nature's best controller of night-flying
insects and other pests. We design and make bat houses in
many sizes and colors for all geographic regions of the US.
Our bat house designs are certified by Bat Conservation International.
Bats - All about those flying desert mammals, bats, includes
color photos, scientific names, common names, description,
behavior, range, habitats and life cycle.
Hensley's Bat Colony - Donna Hensley shares some articles
and projects produced during her 15 years as a bat researcher.
Bat Group (UK) - Introduction to bats in Durham. Meetings,
information on bats, bat detectors, and distribution maps.
Friends of Bats
- Extensive information about bats from a bat removal and
rescue firm in Florida.
Cave - Experience the spectacular emergence of ten to
twelve million Mexican free-tailed bats from Frio Cave! Located
near Garner State Park, in the southern Texas Hill Country.
Batty - Australian Wildlife carer involved with the rehabilitation
of Flying Foxes, Bats, Kangaroos, Wallabies, Possums, Gliders,
Birds and more.
Middlesex Bat Group - Furthering bat conservation through
organising events and walks to improve public awareness of
bats and their problems, visiting people who have bats in
their buildings, organising conservation projects such as
bat box schemes, protecting important sites and recording
distribution and population changes.
How Bats Work
- Illustrated guide to bats and how bats help humans.
Bat Group Home Page - The London Bat Group is an entirely
voluntary registered charity working throughout the Greater
London area to help protect London's bats.
The Norfolk Bat
Group - The Norfolk Bat Group is a specialist study group
within the Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' Society.
North American Symposium
on Bat Research - Scientific society which promotes the
study of the biology of bats (Chiroptera) by holding an annual
meeting of scientists, students, and lay persons from all
parts of North America and from other parts of the world.
Bat Conservation - Educational programs presented nation-wide.
Dedicated to protecting bats and their habitats. Educational
bat-related material, including books, videos, T-shirts and
bat houses. Memberships available.
Bat House Plans - Information about how to build effective
Bat Center - Presents the Swiss Bat Center activities
and proposes a database of more than 9000 scientific bibliographic
references. Mainly in French with pages in English.
Red Bat (Lasiurus blossevillii) - This migratory bat frequents
broad-leafed woodlands in Arizona and may require this habitat
for roosting and for the insect life it supports for its food.
Loss of riparian and broad-leafed forests may threaten the