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NABat Resources

The NABat program provides comprehensive guidance to support you in contributing to the continental scale monitoring effort.  Visit the NABat Resources page to find datasheets, instructional videos, protocols, sampling design documentation, and more.

Regional Working Groups

Connect with other people in your area, get involved in NABat surveys, and learn about bats through our region’s strong network of bat working groups.

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PacWest Bat Hub Partner Meetings 


Jump to 7:55 for the white-nose syndrome updates from Bronwyn Hogan, Region 8 White-Nose Syndrome Coordinator, USFWS

Jump to 12:40 for the presentation about Adaptive Management to Reduce Bat Fatalities at Wind Energy Facilities by Katrina Smith, CDFW

Jump to 30:05 for the presentation about Autumn Movements of Hoary Bats in California by Ted Weller, USFS


Bat Survey Solutions offers in-person, in-field training courses that teach surveyors how to use bat detectors and acoustic analysis software to collect echolocation call recordings, identify and manually vet files with confidence, and upload data to NABat portal. 


“The Mission of the Department of Fish and Wildlife is to manage California's diverse fish, wildlife, and plant resources, and the habitats upon which they depend, for their ecological values and for their use and enjoyment by the public."

The WNS Response Team is a collaborative effort coordinated by the US Fish and Wildlife Service that aims to conserve and strengthen healthy bat populations in the face of the disease.

Bat Conservation International

“We’re fiercely passionate, expert conservationists and scientists who are leading the charge to ensure the worldwide survival of bats.”

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