26 Dec

While bat rescues are much less frequent this time of year, other activities have picked up the slack. As we prepare for the new year, we're expanding our virtual class offerings (see our Events page for dates, times, and descriptions). With a list of more than a dozen new wildlife rehabilitation courses awaiting development, there's no such thing as "time off" here! The spring course calendar is filling rapidly, and as new courses are developed and approved by various regulatory agencies for professional development, summer is sure to be even busier than ever as we juggle classes and the annual influx of baby bats. 

We are so very grateful for the support of our followers each and every day. Your kind comments on social media, your generous donations, and your enthusiasm in spreading the good word about bats mean more to us than you will ever know. We hope that you all are able to spend time with friends and family while staying safe as we cope with the reality of the COVID-19 pandemic, and we look forward to a healthy and peaceful 2021. 2020 has certainly been a wild ride, but we could not have asked for better companions along the way!

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