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Arissa Viering | Goodday Mineral Wells | 11/2/2020 | Local Businesses | Events

MINERAL WELLS, TX – If you haven’t heard of Bat World Sanctuary, you’re in for a treat today. Located at 299 High Point Rd, Weatherford, TX 76088, Bat World Sanctuary is just outside of Mineral Wells and has been working to save the bats for quite some time now.

Bat World Sanctuary is “dedicated to ending the mistreatment of bats. Each year [they] rescue, release or give lifetime sanctuary to hundreds of bats who might otherwise die.” This year, Bat World Sanctuary is hosting a Pumpkin Drive to collect pumpkins for the friendly, flying companions, and the sanctuary could use your help!

Do you have leftover pumpkins from Halloween? DO NOT THROW THEM AWAY! Check out the flyer below to see how you can use your leftover pumpkins to help these little critters:

If you’re wondering about the importance of Bat World Sanctuary or the amazing services that they provide throughout the Mineral Wells area, check out a video that Jonny Goodday created in March 2019:

In Mineral Wells, it is always possible to run across a bat that is in need. So, what can YOU do if you find a bat who needs help? Check out this helpful post from the Bat World Sanctuary:

Here’s to the bats of Mineral Wells!

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