The Webiste of Ku-ring-gai Bat Colony Committee (KBCC) - committed to conserving Sydney's flying-foxes and microbats
We are thankful for our network of bat organisations - all working towards bat conservation in Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific and beyond! Please check out the websites below for more information.
Rescue in South Australia, along with information about microbats and flying-foxes
A self-funded volunteer organisation based in south-east Queensland. They provide care for sick, injured and orphaned wildlife.
A volunteer self funded organisation which operates a Rescue Line for bat rescue advice and assistance. They provide education, bat rescue and rehabilitation
Care for sick, injured and orphaned wildlife on the Sunshine Coast
Information and Action for the Conservation of Flying-foxes in Australia
Tourist and Education Centre, rescue and care specialist for tick affected flying-foxes, Atherton Tablelands
Public education around New Zealand bats, their threats and conservation efforts
A volunteer organisation focusing on bat rescue in Southern Queensland.
An international NGO devoted to conservation, education, and research initiatives involving bats and the ecosystems they serve.
An international non-profit organization dedicated to protecting biological diversity through the conservation of fruit bats.
The leading NGO in the United Kingdom solely devoted to the conservation of bats and the landscapes on which they rely.
A Charity dedicated to the conservation of Ireland's bats. Promoting the conservation of bats and acting as an umbrella group for the local bat groups.
An international NGO built from a partnership of national bat conservation organisations that are committed to promoting the conservation of all bat species and their habitats throughout Europe.
Cordinates and implements research, capacity building, and outreach to promote the conservation of Southeast Asia’s diverse but threatened bat fauna.
A not-for-profit organisation working across southern Africa to conserve bat populations and biodiversity.
A network of professionals committed to bat conservation working in partnership across Latin America and the Caribbean.
The Bat Study and Conservation group of Japan (BSCJ) was established in 1992 by researchers who were concerned with the conservation of bats. BSCJ is devoted to bat conservation and research.