- The Future Needs Us All
- Apply for a BCI Student Research Scholarship
- Evidence Champion
- Virtual Bat Week
- North American Society for Bat Research Turns 50
- Fish-eating Myotis
- Saving Malaysia’s Fruit Bats
- Fascinating facts about Malaysia’s fruit-eating bats
- Out of the Darkness
- Which Came First: Echolocation or Fruit Bats?
- Backyard “Bativists”
- Ears in the Field
- Gene Genius
Oct. 24–31, 2020
This year, Bat Week is an all-virtual international celebration! Bat lovers around the world will come together virtually to celebrate these amazing winged wonders from Oct. 24–31.
Join in the fun and learn about the world’s 1,400+ bat species. Become
a bat advocate, find a virtual event to enjoy, organize a bat club, or take an urban bat walk. The Bat Week website offers a wide array of options, including a community science
component through Project Noah’s North American Bat Tracker. Or get a bit artsy by painting a mural, building a bat house, or cooking a meal with ingredients that rely on bats’ crucial pollination work. There are many ways to celebrate these amazing mammals.