Save the bats brochure and links

The Organization for Bat Conservation, with support from a white-nose syndrome grant from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, has crafted a full-color, informational #SavetheBats accordion brochure to be handed out to patrons, free of charge, at educational venues across the country. The goal of the brochure is to help educate individuals in an easy and convenient way, all about how bats are an integral part of our ecosystem.

 

If you're interested in having some of these brochures sent to you please specify the amount you'd like in an email and respond back to our communications manager, Phil Garofalo, at pgarofalo@batconservation.org. The Organization for Bat Conservation will pay for printing and shipping costs.

 

Please note that butterfly bush, a plant identified in the brochure for bat-friendly gardens, attracts moths at night but can be an invasive species in some areas of North America. Sterile varieties that cannot spread are available. Visit http://garden.org/learn/articles/view/3849/for more information.

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Save the Bats accordion brochure