Helping our bats

Aug 15, 2021 | Family, Larmer Tree Studio, Wildlife

I’ve been interested in bats since the 1980s and have been caring for injured and orphaned bats since the mid-2000s. Specific equipment is required to help with bat rescue and bat rehabilitation, and again, this year, I’ve needed to purchase several extra items, along with the normal bits and bobs. I am so glad I was prepared, as more bats than ever have needed help.

All wildlife is now being adversely affected by extreme weather conditions and a lack of insects. Each year, more and more bats require rescue, and it is becoming more and more evident that our bats are struggling to cope with the rapid changes and havoc that we are causing worldwide. For this reason alone, thank you so much for your interest in my bat rescue work, and if you feel you can help in any way, please click on my Batty link below.

Padded Puppy Playpen – photo above
(for safe 1st flight either indoors or outside)
Mesh tent (for 2nd stage flying safely outdoors) £29.95
Fourfold Net Frame and Net £41.52
Exo Terra Standard Faunarium £12.69
Riogoo Digital Heatmat Themostat £19.99
Digital Thermostat Heatmat Controller £17.95
Habistat Heatmat 7 watt £15.87
Daler Rowney Synthetic Paintbrushes (for feeding) £9.00
Eco Terra feeding dishes £4.99
High Density Pure White Cotton Gloves £4.29
Pro Rep Plastic Feeding Tongs £2.99
Head Torch batteries £6.53
Strong Mini Clips £5.65
Plastic Aquariium for mealworms £6.95
Snugglesafe Microwave Heatpad with cover £13.49
(NSAID) non-steroidal-anti-inflammatory drug.  Antibiotics-Vet Prescription £49.48
Mealworms £37.00
Milk Powder for Pups (baby bats) £16.95
Oralade £7.99
To collect and release bats. Collect meds. etc. Unknown
Total £330.27


Recent Posts


error: Content is protected !!