Adelaide Bat Care is a voluntary service.
We can be contacted at any time to provide advice and assistance to ensure these delicate little creatures receive prompt attention.
They may be injured and need rescuing or they may just need to be left in a secure/safe place until after dusk when they can be released back into the wild.
PLEASE DO NOT ATTEMPT TO GIVE ANY FLUIDS OR FOOD TO THE BAT. THE BAT MAY BE IN SHOCK AND COLD, AND OFFERING FLUIDS OR FOOD COULD BE FATAL TO THE LITTLE BAT.
PLEASE SPEAK WITH US SHOULD THE BAT PASS AWAY SO THAT THE BAT CAN BE FORWARDED TO OUR SENIOR VETERINARIAN.
Mobile: 0422 182 443
BATS IN BUILDINGS – Please contact the Discovery Centre at the South Australian Museum on Telephone: 8207 7404 to discuss Microbats co-existing with humans. During the Summer months, our Microbats are having their single young or twins! So please be patient and get the right advice from the SA Museum Team. Thank you.
We would like to thank Terry Reardon, the Tothill Family and Dr Lindy Lumsden for their photographs, footage and comprehensive information. We would like to thank all the BAT CARERS AND RESCUERS THROUGHOUT AUSTRALIA FOR THEIR PASSION, LOVE AND DEDICATION TO THE LITTLE AND BIG BATS OF AUSTRALIA!
A special thank you also to the Veterinarians and Vet Nurses at the Adelaide Zoo, Dr Phillip Ritchie (Grange Veterinary Clinic) and Dr Trudy Seidel (Para Hills Veterinary Clinic) for their dedication to the bats of Adelaide.