We research solutions that protect bats
Developing solutions to emerging and serious threats to bats requires innovative research and global-capacity building. We focus on improving the state of knowledge on bat populations to inform conservation actions and invest in tools and partnerships that aid broad-scale efforts to inform conservation decisions.
Read below to learn more about our four current research operations and goals.
Develop and implement strategies to help bats survive White-nose Syndrome (WNS)More
Bats & Wind Energy
Reduce bat fatalities at wind energy facilities to protect vulnerable speciesMore
Grow global capacity for bat conservation with scholarships and support for studentsMore
North American Bat Monitoring Program
Leverage data and collaborate with partners to improve bat conservation across North AmericaMore
BCI is recognized as an Evidence Champion by Conservation Evidence because of our commitment to use evidence in our conservation plans and our work to test the efficacy of interventions on protecting bat populations. www.conservationevidence.com
Bats are a critical component of our ecosystem, deeply rooted in culture and tradition, and one of the most fascinating taxa in existence.Chief conservation officer