Actionable plans to safeguard several highly endangered bat species
More than 200 bat species in 60 countries around the world are considered threatened (Critically Endangered, Endangered, or Vulnerable) by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Together, we can stabilize these populations and prevent extinctions.
Our work focuses on operations that will have significant positive impacts for several highly endangered bat species.
Livingstone’s Fruit Bat
Protect a small island species of flying foxMore
Hill’s Horseshoe Bat
Recover remaining Hill’s horseshoe bat populations in Central AfricaMore
Florida Bonneted Bat
Conserve America’s rarest bat and its globally imperiled ecosystemMore
Jamaican Flower Bat and Jamaican Greater Funnel-eared Bat
Protect two Critically Endangered bats in JamaicaMore
Fijian Free-Tailed Bat
Protect the last known maternity roost for the Fijian free-tailed batMore
Working with partners across the globe we are able to identify and lead critically important conservation projects with clear, achievable actions that prevent the extinction of the world’s most threatened bats.Director, Endangered Species Interventions