Non-governmental organization partners

Bat Conservation International logo Bat Conservation International

Through our White-nose Syndrome grants program we provided initial funding for urgent research projects to allow them to get under way quickly. Now our funding efforts are shifting to support carefully targeted priorities based on priorities identified by the WNS science meetings and the emerging WNS national strategy.

Bat World Sanctuary Bat World Sanctuary
Bat World Sanctuary provides public education programs to thousands of people each year at schools and community events, to raise awareness about the importance of bats and the devastating impact of WNS. In addition, through the National Stakeholder Committee, we are working with other partner organizations and committees on best management practices for wildlife rehabilitators and NWCOs.
Center for Bat Research, Outreach, and Conservation
Our mission is to conduct and encourage research on North American bats, by collaborating with students and other scientists, and to make our findings available to the scientific community and the public through technical and popular publications, teaching, and outreach programs.
National Speleological Society
With over 10,000 members and 250 grottos, the National Speleological Society does more than any other organization to study, explore, and conserve cave and karst resources; protect access to caves; encourage responsible management of caves and their unique environments; and promote responsible caving.
North American Society for Bat Research
The North American Society for Bat Research (NASBR) is a society dedicated to the promotion and development of the scientific study of bats (Chiroptera) in all its branches, including conservation and public education.
NEBWG Northeast Bat Working Group
The Northeast Bat Working Group (NEBWG) is comprised of agencies, organizations, and individuals interested in bat research, management, and conservation located in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Virginia area regions.
Organization for Bat Conservation
The Organization for Bat Conservation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the protection of bats and their habitat, and our sensitive ecosystems through ecological research, educational programs, and collaborative conservation efforts. The Organization has the largest grass-roots bat conservation educational project in the United States.
Prince William Network
Prince William Network is the award-winning distance learning arm of the Prince William County Public Schools in Northern Virginia. From electronic field trips to on-line courses, Prince William Network productions provide the best in instruction for students and relevant, efficiently-delivered professional development for teachers and administrators.
Texas Bat Working Group
The Texas Bat Working Group (TXBWG) is a partnership of individuals, non-governmental organizations, universities, state and federal agencies interested in the conservation and management of bat species and bat habitat in Texas. We will collaborate to provide resources and opportunities for research, conservation and education.
The Save Lucy Campaign The Save Lucy Campaign
The Save Lucy Campaign was created to raise awareness of white-nose syndrome and its devastating impact on North American bats. The Save Lucy Campaign is a 501c3 public charity supported by partners, sponsors, and collaborators.