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Unlocking the secrets of endangered species, such as our treasured New Zealand long-tailed bat, is a game-changer in the realm of conservation. It offers vital insights into their behaviour, habitat, threats, and population dynamics. Through research, scientists can develop effective conservation strategies, track progress, and adjust approaches as needed. It forms the basis for well-informed decisions, ensuring the best chances for the survival and recovery of the species.

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Dr. Edward O. Wilson FRS

“Look closely at nature. Every species is a masterpiece, exquisitely adapted to the particular environment in which it has survived. Who are we to destroy or even diminish biodiversity?"
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Our charity is committed to the research of both long and short-tailed bats indigenous to the beautiful Aotearoa . Through meticulous research, we delve into the lives of these elusive creatures, unraveling their behaviour, habitat, and ecological significance. By understanding their unique needs and challenges, we pave the way for effective conservation strategies. 

All of our research will be published for open access, so that everyone wanting to support our bats can use it ! 

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Advocacy is an essential pillar of our Bat Research Organisation. There is strength in numbers, and we work to inform and encourage others to take a stand for what they believe in. 


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