Saving Bats from Decline

Resources to empower conservation activities for bats

Bats are a unique group of animals with ecological, economical and cultural significance around the world

Bats are ubiquitous, with 1,300 species living on every continent but Antarctica. Insectivorous bats save agriculture billions of dollars through predation of agricultural pests. Other bats eat fruit and nectar, acting as pollinators and are essential to the success of many food products like tequila and chocolate, consequently contributing to the global economy.
Bat conservation projects have the potential to excite and engage employees and community members in activities that benefit local bat populations, challenge myths and elicit new cultural and scientific understanding about these creatures. On this page, you’ll find a wide variety of WHC resources available to help companies take action for bat conservation. Contact WHC Consulting for custom guidance. 

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Take a Bat-focused WHC Webinar

Creating Bat-Friendly Gardens and Urban Habitats to Help Prevent Bat Extinction
Underground Wonders: The Importance of Caves and Karst in Bat Conservation
From Tequila to Pest Control: Learn All The Ways Bats are Vital to Ecosystems and Economies
Get to Know the Faces of Bat Week
Bats and Agave: Nectar Corridors and Cultural Connections in the Southwest
Project EduBat: Learn and Share About the Benefits of Bats
Be a Bat Hero: Planning for Bat Week 2018
Beyond the Roosting Box: Next Level Bat Monitoring with Acoustic Technology
Amazing, Beneficial Bats – Incorporating Bat Education into Your Conservation Program
Why Bats Matter: Protection and Awareness Strategies
Bat Conservation on Your Corporate Landscape

Read our Corporate Conservation Success Stories

Covia | Wisconsin Sand Mines Home to Thriving Bat Populations
Marathon Petroleum | A Unique Outdoor Classroom for Illinois Students

Get Guidance and Advice

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Interested in learning more? Contact WHC Consulting to discuss how to develop new bat projects or improve current activities.