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About BatReach:

BatReach is a small volunteer run organisation, lead by Pam Tully, an experienced wildlife carer of many years. Pam started BatReach in 1990 in Kuranda, mainly focusing on Spectacled Flying Foxes but always had space for any other critters that came along.
For over twenty years now Pam has successfully reared and rehabilitated thousands of animals with the help of her local volunteers and more recently, international volunteers who have all been invaluble through the years.

BatReach generally houses up to, and often over, a hundred megabats, a tribe of microbats and any other animals who have come into care like possums, gliders, bandicoots and native rats.

Receiving no goverment funding, BatReach runs on donations from the public. During open days Pam or a volunteer will give informative presentations about the bats and about wildlife rescue.

So you can imagine how hectic life is here!

If you would like to learn more about us here at BatReach, give us a ring and arrange a visit or if you would like lend a hand volunteering feel free to contact us, new volunteers are always welcome!



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