New – Free Project EduBat Educator’s Workshop – Washington, D.C.
June 7, 2019 from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
USDA Forest Service Yates Building located on the corner of 14th St SW and Independence Ave (physical address: 201 14th St SW) - Pinchot Training Room on the 2nd floor

We’ll teach you to use our award winning curriculum and activities plus you’ll get:

• FREE Classroom Materials
• Continuing Education Credits
• Access to free bat educational trunks
• Free Lunch
• Activities to Educate Others about White-Nose Syndrome

Spaces are limited so register today!

CLICK HERE for the workshop flyer
CLICK HERE to download and complete a registration form
CLICK HERE to see a letter for school administrators

Watch "Project Edubat - Education Taking Flight"

Bats are amazing animals that are vital to the health of our environment and economy - eating tons of insects nightly, pollinating flowers, and spreading seeds that that grow new plants and even trees. CLICK HERE to wach a webcast "Project Edubat – Education Taking Flight” to learn more about these important animals. This webcast features activities, resources, and lesson plans to help you teach both children and adults about bats. Learn how to use newly developed bat educational trunks that will be available across the country for your use! Special appearances by live bats and a few of our favorite bat experts including: Cathy Johnson, U.S. Forest Service; Dianne Odegard, Bat Conservation International; Ann Froschauer, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; and Leslie Sturges, The Save Lucy Campaign.


BatsLIVE: A Distance Learning Adventure brings bat conservation to life through webcasts, webinars, and online education resources. Bats are vital to healthy ecosystems and human economies worldwide. As primary predators of night-flying insects, bats consume enormous quantities of agricultural pests and reduce the need for chemical pesticides. Yet these wonderfully diverse and beneficial creatures are among the least studied and most misunderstood of animals. Bats are threatened worldwide, and their colonies and habits are destoyed — both intentionally and inadvertently — because of myths, misinformation, and lack of scientific knowledge and understanding.

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Project EduBat

Bats need our help!

-- RESERVE bat education trunk
-- CHECK OUT the bat curriculum
-- WATCH the webcast

Spotted Bat
Photo © Merlin D. Tuttle
Bat Conservation International