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Please, don’t euthanize us!

Das Foto zeigt ein Großes Mausohr // the photo shows a Myotis myotis Großes Mausohr Myotis myotis  (Elias Neideck / www.bund-fledermauszentrum-hannover.de)

Hello, my name is Mausoh. I am a myotis myotis and have an important message for you.  

3 years ago I got injured and was brought to the bat station of Friends of the Earth Germany - BUND Hannover. I was about to die due to my injuries. When I arrived at the vet’s office I was very frightened. I know that many vets euthanize bats, which are badly injured. But not Dr. Keil. She took care of my wounds, I got pain reliever and all medical treatment. 

My wounds healed. Later I was able to move into the aviaries of the bat station, where I was trained pretty persistent. After 3 years I was completely cured. 

Yesterday I was placed in a transport box. Me and my keepers went far away by car. When we got out of the car, I realized that I knew that place. Here I had lived - 3 years ago. Many of my species were already flying around. 

The transport box was opened and I understood it was the night I got released! I took off into the night. I joined the myotis myotis group and started to hunt insects. Now I am back in my home – healthy, wild and free!

But I have a big request: Many bats are seriously injured by humans, but very few people make the effort, to care for us. We are often euthanized simply because we cannot fly immediately - because we are too badly injured. - But it was not our fault that we got injured! Please never give up hope that we can totally recover! We thank you for your work, your commitment, your love and your patience! 

Yours Mausoh 

Release after 4 years

Das Foto zeigt eine Gruppe Großer Abendsegler mit drei Tieren // the photo shows a group of three Nyctalus noctula Gruppe Großer Abendsegler // group of Nyctalus noctula  (Dr. Renate Keil / www.bund-fledermauszentrum-hannover.de)

First, we were worried about your life.

Then you fought and wanted to be free.

Now you made it - you can fly again: WILD and FREE!

We say goodbye to a Nyctalus noctula, who came to our station 4 years ago. Yesterday, he was released to freedom. He is in the photo in the background. 

Book: The Rehabilitation and Captive Care of Insectivorous Bats by Amanda Lollar

Das Foto zeigt das Buch The Rehabilitation and Captive Care of Insectivorous Bats by Amanda Lollar The Rehabilitation and Captive Care of Insectivorous Bats by Amanda Lollar  (Foto vom Buch: Gudrun Becker / https://batworld.org/)

We recommend the book "The Rehabilitation and Captive Care of Insectivorous Bats" by Amanda Lollar. Here you can order the book.  

Contact

Die Zeichnung zeigt BUNDchen Fledermaus am Telefon // The drawing shows BUNDchen bat at the phone BUNDchen Fledermaus am Telefon // BUNDchen Fledermaus at the phone  (Carina Bach / www.bund-fledermauszentrum-hannover.de)

For medical treatment information about bats please contact Bat World Sanctuary.

„The future should not be foreseen but made possible.“ (Antoine de Saint-Exupery)  

Das Foto zeigt eine Kleinabendseglerin mit dem Text Ich bin ein Wesen der Nacht. Hast du je an mich gedacht? Ich bin klein und unscheinbar, und bin doch so wunderbar. Kleinabendsegler Nyctalus leisleri  (Gudrun Becker / www-bund-fledermauszentrum-hannover.de)
Das Foto zeigt einen Großer Abendsegler Nyctalus noctula im Porträt // The photo shows a nyctalus noctula in profile Großer Abendsegler Nyctalus noctula  (Gudrun Becker / www-bund-fledermauszentrum-hannover.de)

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