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Colorado Bat Watch is a collaborative effort to study bats.
You can get involved as a community scientist!

To inform efforts to conserve Colorado’s bats, biologists and others involved in public land management need to know where bats are roosting and whether populations are declining in Colorado.  These insights can inform conservation plans and protect wildlife for future generations.

Bats can be found in any part of Colorado, from eastern prairies to mountain forests to western canyons, and from small towns to downtown Denver.  Unfortunately, relatively little is currently known about the population status of most species of bats in Colorado. That’s where you come in!  Get involved and help us generate knowledge about bats.