All our experiences have been visited by a member of the AEI team. We have made sure they are safe, ethical and will provide you with the best possible experience- while you provide them with the best possible help.

Flying fox silliness

Bat Conservation in Australia

Help bat conservation in beautiful northern Queensland. 

Here they rescue, rehabilitate and release several species of native Australian bats. The hospital dedicates its efforts to rescuing sick, injured and orphaned bats and treats four species of Australian flying-foxes, including Spectacled Flying-foxes and Little Red Flying-foxes, Tube-Nosed Fruit bats, and even a few microbats such as such as Nyctophilus and Freetail bats.


Volunteers help with bats in Cuba

Bat Conservation in Cuba

Assist with the study of bats in Cuba. 

When people think of the Caribbean, vacation getaway comes to mind. Cuba is a popular tourist destination, with its warm climate and beautiful sandy beaches. Tourism has been very important for the economics of Cuba, but has also resulted in habitat destruction, and hotel development. Many animals are affected by this loss of habitat, including several species of bats.