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HOW WE ARE FUNDED

NOTE: WE ARE NOT YET A NON-PROFIT ORGINAZITION

We are a handful of people that are trying to do an arm load of work. We are spend our own money to Build facilities, Feed, Nurse, Transport and Lecture about bats. With fuel and supply cost being what they are, it has become a strain on our personal incomes.

Funding for our goal is generated solely by donations and lectures. No money is received from California Department of Fish & Game, U.S. Department of Agriculture, any state or federal agency, or major corporation. We rely upon the gracious generosity of individuals who want to help us save California bats. Although we have applied for non-profit status but to date have not received it. All donated funds will go toward the care of sick, injured and orphaned bats, as well as efforts to protect bats.

Anything you can contribute will be greatly appreciated. Donations are 100% dedicated to bat conservation, rescue, rehabilitation and release. All NorCal Bats staff are volunteers, no salaries are paid. All proceeds go directly to veterinarian bills, medication, food and care for the bats.


We can accept donations through PayPal please choose an amount:

Thank You, Corky

You can also mail a check payable to: NorCal Bats

NorCalBats
P.O. Box 933
Davis, CA 95617-0933
Please make sure that you include you Name & Address so we can respond.

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EDUCATIONAL PRESENTATIONS

PRESENTATIONS INCLUDE:

Live bats of California native species are presented for viewing and discussion. All bats are certified as non-releasable by California Department of Fish & Game and the U.S. Department of Agriculture—injury precludes them from surviving the wild. The bat is projected, via movie camera, onto the wall for all to view.

FOR THE SAFETY OF THE BATS

  1. The bats are kept in a container until each is displayed individually.
  2. The bats have all lived in quarantined captivity prior to becoming part
    of the education program.
  3. NorCalBats is permitted by both the CA Dept of Fish and Game and the USDA to have educational, non-releasable animals
  4. As per our permit, no one can be with in 6 feet of the bat when it is out of the container
  5. No one can touch or pet the bat even through the container

FEES FOR PRESENTATION(S)

Schools

We believe it is best to present to one class at a time but will present to up to 40 students.  Over that and the quality for the children is too greatly affected.

Fees for school presentations are as follows:

Libraries and businesses

One time presentations for libraries and businesses are available for $200.00. We will remain after the presentation to answer questions. The presentation lasts approximately 45 minutes to one hour.

Email us for more information or to schedule a presentation: inquiry@norcalbats.org
Visit the on line calendar to can check date availability. You can find it at http://www.norcalbats.org/plans_8.2.1/index.cgi
School presentations are available general available on Mondays and Thursdays with a few exceptions.

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VOLUNTEER

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Are you interested in learning about bats, learning to care for them or teaching others about these incredible, gentle animals? Contact us for ways you can be involved.

If you are interested in working directly with the bats or with bat rehabilitation, you must show proof of receiving the rabies pre-exposure vaccine. email us at: inquiry@norcalbats.org

NorCal Bats
P.O. Box 933
Davis, CA 95617-0933
530-902-1918

 

 

 

 

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