Bat Rehabilitator Map 
If you would like to be included on the Bat World Sanctuary rescuer map, please submit the form below. This map is accessible to the public, and is primarily used as a source for people to find help with grounded or injured bats. Wildlife rehabilitators, biologists, veterinarians, conservationists and educators who have volunteered to help people with bat questions, problems and rescue are welcome to apply. If you yourself are not a bat rescuer, please connect with your nearest one in the event that a bat needs to be admitted for care.  Inclusion on this list is not an endorsement of reputation, ability or permit status. Complaints via the public are tracked, and may result in removal from the list. If you would like to be placed on our private list, please email us.

Map can be found here:

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Email *
Full name or name of center *
Phone number *
What is your City/Town, State and Country? *
Zip or postal code? *
Do you prefer the public call, text or send a text with a photo? *
Are you 18 years of age or older? *
Are you a wildlife rehabilitator, biologist, veterinarian, conservationist, etc.?  *
How long have you been working with bats? *
Are you training with, or under, another rehabber or a rehab center? If so, please add the name. *
Test question! A bat pup is found grounded, and a member of the public calls you for help. What do you ask them? What sort of advice do you give? *
Anything else we should know about you? *
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