Bat Conservation International

Founding Year: 1982

Staff: 25

Budget: $4.8m

Merlin D. Tuttle (Founder, President Emeritus)

A non-profit that “is dedicated to the enduring protection of the world’s 1300+ species of bats and their habitats and creating a world in which bats and humans successfully coexist. In pursuit of this vision, during the next five years BCI will work worldwide at scale with local, regional, national and multinational public and private partners to respond rapidly and effectively to bat conservation crises, preventing the extinction of threatened bats and the extirpation of globally significant populations of bats.”

Initiatives:

Publications:

  • A library of reports, papers, flyers, etc.

 

Bat Conservation International contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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