Australian Wildlife Conservancy - Bats

The range of scientific research across AWC sanctuaries is exceptional. Research is conducted by AWC scientists and by scientists working in collaboration with AWC such as PhD student Nicola Hanrahan (Western Sydney University) who is studying Ghost Bat’s at Pungalina Wildlife Sanctuary. This research, examining Ghost Bats’ social communications, will inform about social structure, behaviour and movements to enable more targeted species management plans resulting in a positive impact on population levels of this threatened species. Learn more about Nicole's research by visiting the link on our Facebook or Twitter feed.

Rare camera trap footage from inside the Ghost Bat maternity cave at Australian Wildlife Conservancy's Pungalina Wildlife Sanctuary. The colony is being monitored as part of a study by PhD researcher Nicola Hanrahan, who is investigating their calling behaviour. Happy Halloween! [Video: Nicola Hanrahan/AWC]

Ghost Bats are Australia’s only carnivorous bats, they hunt for small animals by swooping down to catch them on the ground. AWC protects an important breeding colony of this threatened species at Pungalina Wildlife Sanctuary, where they roost in the extensive limestone caves. Visit AWC's website (link in bio) to find out more about Ghost Bats! [Photo by Gina Barnett/AWC]


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BATS. Megabats, Flying-foxes, Fruit bats and Microbats: Australian Wildlife Conservancy - Bats
Australian Wildlife Conservancy - Bats
BATS. Megabats, Flying-foxes, Fruit bats and Microbats
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