Feeding and Care of Infant Bats
WHITE NOSE SYNDROME RESOURCES:
USFWS Protocol for Wildlife Rehabilitator Response
WNS Scarring Index
BAT REHAB PRODUCTS
Contains procedures and information found in Captive Care and Medical Reference for the Rehabilitation of Insectivorous Bats, and much more. Includes extensive chapters on rehabilitation, enrichment, managing reproductive colonies, orphan care, dental issues, parasites, wing repair, skin conditions, euthanasia, routine therapies, a differential diagnostic chart and a medication chart. 2o6 pages, 142 color photos. A companion DVD that includes 22 instructional videos is also available.
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To purchase please see our Rehab Supplies Page.
Transport cage and temporary quarantine cage. Fine mesh on all sides. Durable zipper. Includes a carry strap that can be used to secure the item with a seat belt during transport. measures 12″ high, 12×12″ at the base, and 4″x4″ at the top. $12.00 US. To purchase please see our Rehab Supplies Page.
Bat Roosting Pouch
Each pouch measures approx. 6″ x 8″ – room for 8 to 10 microbats. Made of durable cotton fabric, thickly padded and quilted. Assorted dark colors. Pre-washed to avoid shrinkage. NOTE: Pouches no longer have Velcro attached as their have been several reports of toe damage and loss caused by Velcro fibers. $10.00 US . To purchase please see our Rehab Supplies Page.
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