Join this fantastic community event. We aim to debunk the myths and fears associated with bats, and demonstrate how better conservation measures can not only help protect our native bats but also assist people to live alongside our nocturnal neighbours!
The inaugural Australasian Bat Night was first held in 2012. Each year since bat specialists have teamed up with community and local government groups to hold over 100 bat events during March and April throughout Australia and New Zealand.
Time To Get Inspired!
There are so many things to do on a Bat Night! How about a bat walk looking for microbat activity or watching a fly-out from a flying fox colony! Building bat boxes is always fun or even better hold a Bat Festival! We are inviting everyone from local councils and community groups to zoos and museums to participate by running bat activities during March and April of 2016.
ABS has invited community and local government organisations and individuals to register events and activities for 2016 but we need your help to make it even better and bigger through promotion of Bat Night. There is still time to register new events.
Help Make 2016 Even Better!
Have a great idea for a bat night event but don't know how to get it started? Or are you an organisation or community group who are ready and rearing to go and just need to advertise your event?!
Register you event below or contact our Bat Night Coordinator Maree Kerr at email@example.com Please include dates, location, and provide us with links to any advertising you do.
How do I get involved?
Learning about bats can be fun for the whole family! Australasian Bat Night is a public awareness programme aimed to show people the facinating world of bats and to promote their conservation.
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