The online bat portal www.lilieci.ro is determined to change the public’s instinctively negative mindset regarding the bats of Romania, by publishing current and extensive information about bats. To achieve our goals, we need You, so that together, we can ensure that the information published reaches a large audience. In this moment, these colleagues are the bat emissaries

What does it mean to be an emissary of bats?

  • You love Nature, animals, plants, spectacular sunsets, refreshing rain, and so on.
  • You also love bats. Or at least, you try to learn about them as much as possible.
  • You agree to receive periodic notifications on your personal email address about articles, news and events published on the portal www.lilieci.ro.
  • You agree to share these articles, news and events on your personal Facebook page, and optionally, on other mailing lists accessible to you.
  • You agree to share the posts published on the Facebook page Lilieci.ro, on your personal Facebook page.

What benefits will bats have from your work?

  • The general knowledge about bats in Romania will increase.
  • The public will be able to react in a more educated and responsible way when meeting bats.
  • There will be an increase in the level of participation in bat related activities and events.
  • There will be more bats around us……and fewer mosquitoes!

What do we offer in return?

  • Your name and locality will be displayed on the portal www.lilieci.ro, in a section specifically created for emissaries (only if you agree to display this information).
  • At the end of each year, you will receive a unique product created exclusively for the group of bat emissaries, in limited number. These products can be bat stickers, information leaflets, summaries about the results of the bat portal, posters, etc.
  • We will facilitate your participation at events related to bats in Romania, and based on available resources and stated wishes, we will also create possibilities to attend specialized trainings regarding bat research and conservation.

And if you don’t want to be a bat emissary at this moment, you can still aid our efforts by donating for bats.

Emissaries of bats

Below you see the colleagues, who are currently bat emissaries and offer a small part of their time to spread relevant information about bats to the public. We also have colleagues, who wished to remain anonymous. Thanks you for all your work!

Teodora Alina SinculețReșițaRomania
Oana Mirela ChachulaBucharestRomania
Mărioara CenușeDrobeta Turnu-SeverinRomania
Claudiu CenușeDrobeta Turnu-SeverinRomania
Ildikó Gönczi-VassCluj-NapocaRomania
Olimpia StanCluj-NapocaRomania
Georgiana MărgineanBughea de SusRomania
Tereza KuŝnírováPragueCzech Republic
Alexandra TeleaConstanțaRomania
Daniela Cătălina StanPloieștiRomania
Ana StamatescuBucharestRomania
Adelina Ileana BrașovPloieștiRomania
Valentin – Florentin JujeaDrobeta Turnu-SeverinRomania
Dorottya BányászPăuleni-CiucRomania
Amalia RizeaBucharestRomania
Imola KerezsyLudwigsburgGermany
Sebastian RaduBragadiruRomania
Dragoș Ștefan MăntoiuBucharestRomania
Laura Ana Maria BostanBucharestRomania
Kasandra-Zorica IvanićZagrebCroatia
Alexandr IscencoChișinăuMoldova
Olivér BedőBaraoltRomania
Laura IstrateBrașovRomania
Claudia CostinConstanțaRomania
Baiba GalnieceVentspilsLatvia
Andra-Elena AlbișoruConstanțaRomania
Claudiu RusuSub Piatră – SălciuaRomania
Victor UrsuMiddletownUnited States
Gabriela NegoițăBucharestRomania
Gheorghe ZahariaBacăuRomania
Horațiu PopaCluj-NapocaRomania
Bartoș Boróka GyörgyiBaia MareRomania
András Papp-ZakorCluj-NapocaRomania
Janka Papp-ZakorCluj-NapocaRomania
István TasnádiSicRomania
Ionela JucaCaransebeșRomania
Simona BabusceacTimișoaraRomania
Tamás PaizsLudwigsburgGermany
Andrei CotoarăUrziceniRomania
Mihai FilipașCluj-NapocaRomania
József TóthTămășeuRomania
Thomas KitchingWorchestershireUnited Kingdom
Silvia GabiaBrașovRomania
Mihai SzigetiCluj-NapocaRomania
Raluca GavrilaGiarmataRomania