Partners

Hoary bat hanging on tree
Lasiurus cinereus
Photo: Juan Cruzado Cortes

NABCA works closely with various organizations across Canada, Mexico, and the United States, including community and other bat conservation programs and regional working groups.

Canada
Alberta Community Bat Program
BC Community Bat Program
Ontario Bat Network

Mexico
Bioconciencia-PCMM (Mexican Bat Conservation Program)
Red Latinoamericana y del Caribe para la Conservación de Murciélagos (RELCOM)
Program for the Conservation of Mexican Bats

United States
Midwest Bat Working Group
Northeast Bat Working Group
Southeast Bat Diversity Network
Western Bat Working Group

Global Union of Bat Diversity Networks (GBatNet)
The Global Union of Bat Diversity Networks (GBatNet) brings together bat networks from around the world (including NABCA) to explore complementary aspects of bat research and conservation, and to facilitate and enhance research addressing diversification & sustainability.
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Idionycteris phyllotis hanging on tree
Idionycteris phyllotis
Photo: Juan Cruzado Cortes

North American Bat Monitoring Program (NABat)
Bat Conservation International (BCI)
Conservation Evidence: Bats

Canada
The Bat Conservation Society of Canada
Canadian Wildlife Federation
The Neighbourhood Batwatch
Wildlife Conservation Society Bats
Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative: National Bat Health Program

United States
White-nose Syndrome National Recovery Plan