Bat World Sanctuary is pleased to once again offer our one-day Bat Rehabilitation Basics Workshop. Rehabilitators learn the basic skills that are essential to successfully rehabilitating orphaned and injured bats and returning them to their natural habitat. The one-day workshop is limited to 6 people. This class format is a combination of lecture, discussion, and hands-on activities designed to provide students with key information and experience. Click here for additional information.
How do I Become a Bat Care Specialist?
World Bat Line e-group (lurk and learn)
Differential Diagnostic Chart
2011 Medication Chart
Bat World Sanctuary Complete Soft Food Diet (book chapter)
Bat World Standards for Bats in Captivity
Pattern for microbat roosting pouches
INFANT CARE – Free book chapter
ATTN BAT CARE SPECIALISTS!
We are aware that a key ingredient (Go & Grow) in our milk formula recipe for orphaned insectivorous bats has been discontinued. The replacement product recommended by our nutritional scientist (Thank you, Mark!!!) is Similac Neosure. It has a little more protein but the fat is the same. The weight measurement for this product is the same as Go & Grow. Mark has sent a sample to a lab for some analysis so once that’s back we can update the nutritional info for our milk formula recipe. It should be very similar. Please spread the word among bat care groups as orphaned pups are coming in now!
WHITE NOSE SYNDROME RESOURCES:
WNS Scarring Index
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. 206 pages, 142 color photos. A companion DVD that includes 22 instructional videos is also available.
View Table of Contents
View Sample Chapter
To purchase please see Rehab Supplies.