Here are a few external links that I thought were relevant.

Listing here does not indicate that SC BWG endorses any of the products or activities of these groups/organizations. It is only an attempt to condense and organize random bat topics around the region/world for your browsing pleasure.


Animal Workers During a Pandemic with a Zoonotic Source –opinion piece by R. Long

The personal opinion of R. Long may or may not represent the opinion or policies of the whole or a portion of the SC Bat Working Group or its membership.

Research in SC:

SC Bat Watch!

SC Acoustic Monitoring for NABat

North American Bat Monitoring Program (NABat)

Tricolor Bats in Coastal Regions

Public Works Links:

SC DNR Wildlife


U.S. Forest Service- Southern Research Station

National Park Service on Bats

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service on Bats

USFWS Bats in Transportation Structures Training Video

Specific Articles and Projects in SC:

Clemson Research & White nose

Clemson & Bats

Bats at Silver Bluff

South Carolina Wildlife on Bats

Scientific American on bats in SC

Projects Elsewhere:

BatAMP (Bat Acoustic Monitoring Portal)

Bat Bioacoustics Online

Regional Bat Working Groups and Organizations:

NASBR (North American Society for Bat Research)

SBDN (Southeastern Bat Diversity Network)

NEBWG (Northeast Bat Working Group)

MWBWG (Midwest Bat Working Group)

WBWG (Western Bat Working Group)

Other Southern State Working Groups:

GaBats (Georgia Bat Working Group)

NCBWG (North Carolina Bat Working Group)

TnBWG (Tennessee Bat Working Group)

Alabama Bat Working Group

Florida Bat Working Group

Kentucky Bat Working Group

MsBats (Mississippi Bat Working Group)

MoBat (Missouri Bat Census)

More Links:

Bat Conservation International

Merlin Tuttle’s Bat Conservation

Bat Houses made in Georgia

Big Bat Houses

Bigger Bat Houses

Titley Scientific Bat Detectors

Wildlife Acoustics Bat Detectors

Batbox Hobby Bat Detectors

Batworld Sanctuary

More Research Links:

An alternative minimally invasive technique for genetic sampling of bats: Wing swabs yield species identification. 2017

US Geological Survey. Energy and wildlife research annual report for 2017

First Acoustic Records of the Brazilian Free-Tailed Bat (Tadarida brasiliensis) In BC. 2017

Measurements, body condition, and reproductive status of bats captured in Montana, northern Idaho, and western South Dakota. 2017

The effects of epidermal fatty acid profiles, 1-oleoglycerol, and triacylglycerols on the susceptibility of hibernating bats to Pseudogymnoascus destructans. 2017

Multiple mortality events in bats: a global review

Acute Pasteurellosis in Wild Big Brown Bats (Eptesicus fuscus)

Mapping the distribution of language related genes FoxP1, FoxP2 and CntnaP2 in the brains of vocal learning bat species.

Video / Presentation links:

White-Nose Syndrome in Bats – April 14, 2015. Presented by David Wyatt

Townsend’s Big-Eared Bat – October 7,2014. Presented by Dr. Dave Johnston

eBooks about Bats:

A fun link about Bats from the young folks in New Orleans who visited SCBWG:

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