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Working together to
conserve bats and their
habitat in Colorado.

Hoary bat; photo by Daniel Neal

Help us find out where bats are roosting. Roost sites provide a safe place for bats to mate, raise their young, and hibernate. Monitoring and protecting bats at roost sites can help conserve bat populations. You can help by sharing your observations of bats.

Two bats hanging upside down from a rock ceiling

Help us monitor bat colonies by volunteering to count bats. Sign up now to be informed when we begin to recruit and train volunteers. You will collect data that will improve the state of knowledge on bat populations, and inform efforts to address emerging threats to bats across Colorado.

Bats emerging, courtesy of Michael Rael

When we protect bats, we are protecting the health of our communities, our ecosystems, and our crops. Unfortunately, bats in the U.S. currently face many threats, and need our help. Become a Bat Ambassador and take action to help bats in Colorado.

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Hoary bat courtesy of Michael Durham

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