Loss of roosting and foraging habitats is one of the biggest threats to bat populations worldwide
Developing partnerships and collaborations to integrate regional, national, and international efforts is crucial to our conservation mission. Our habitat protection and restoration work focuses on restoring habitat in critical areas, protecting colonies of bats, and abating threats at known roost sites.
Read below to learn more about our four current operations and goals.
Restore agave forage and protect roosts of pollinating bats in southwestern US and MexicoMore
Protect and assess subterranean features for bat roosting habitatMore
Conservation of Public Lands
Implement bat conservation on 258 million acres managed by the US GovernmentMore
Bracken Cave Preserve
Protect America’s most economically valuable bat at Bracken Cave PreserveMore
We have a cadre of highly trained and very dedicated conservationists that are willing to push, and push very hard, to accomplish our mission.Director, Habitat Protection and Restoration