contract_edit Bat Colony Reporting

This page is for the reporting of bat colonies.

Female little brown bats typically return each spring to maternity colony sites to give birth and raise young. Colony sizes may vary from a few individuals upwards of several hundred and are often located in attics, barns or under shingles.

The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is monitoring these colonies and we are asking for your help. We are interested in any information you can provide about current or historic colonies. For example: note if you have always had a colony in the past and now you have no bats, the total number of bats, any change in colony and any mortality or sick bats seen.

Once you submit our Bat Colony Reporting Form, use our list of nuisance wildlife control professionals if you would like professional help excluding bats from your home.

Step 1: Data Entry
Step 2: Photo Upload
Step 3: Print / Save

NAME & LOCATION  patient_list map
Date (mm/dd/yyyy):  *  
Name:  *  
Address:  *  
City/Town:  *  
State:  *  
Zip Code:  *  
Phone *  
Email Address 
BATS  bedtime bat icon
Current Colony Size:  *  
Historic Colony Size:  *  
Approximate # of dead/dying bats (numbers only):  *  
To help us with species identification: If you see, or have seen, bat guano (droppings) at the colony's location, would you like us to mail you a pre-paid package to put a sample of bat guano in?  
Additional Information:  

Note: When done entering info on this page, please press the save button below. This will save your data. Afterwards, you will go on to the next page, giving you a choice to either finish your entry and/or upload photos. Either way, please don't hold off on pressing the button below and risking your data entry session timing out. We're looking forward to receiving your information!

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