We are a non-profit organization dedicated to saving bats and their habitats through research, conservation, and education, with a focus on children and community engagement.

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1309 NW 192nd Ave Gainesville, FL 32609   352-485-1250  info@lubee.org

Join Lubee Bat Conservancy during this truly unique

and one of a kind Valentine's Day experience!

Our Valentine’s Day Tour Package will take place on February 9th, 10th, 13th, 14th, 15th, & 17th, 2019 during pre-scheduled tour times of either 11:30am or 1:30pm. Enjoy this This unique experience will bring smiles to both your faces as you interact with our lovable bats while creating lasting memories to come. 

 

Your tour package includes:

  • An up-close visit with the bats

  • Enrichment building in which the bats will enjoy the “fruit” of your labor,

  • A painting session where the bats will create an original piece of art just for you

  • An animal encounter with an Education Animal (weather permitting)

 

While creating these new memories, you'll also take home:

  • A Bat Plush

  • Lubee Bat Conservancy Stickers (2)

  • Flowers

  • Chocolate’s

  • A Valentine's Day inspired stuffed bat created by The Occasional Bat

  • A ‘Batty Parent Adoption' of your choice

  • A Lubee cloth Shopping bag to hold it all

Valentine's Day Tour Donation: $300

ALL TOURS ARE PRE-SCHEDULED

and the Valentine's Day Tour donation is due prior to your scheduled tour date.

Please contact info@lubee.org to schedule your tour today.

 

 

Available dates & times* are:

Saturday, February 9th - BOOKED

Sunday, February 10th - BOOKED

Wednesday, February 13th - BOOKED

Thursday, February 14th - 11:30am & 1:30pm

Friday, February 15th - 11:30am

Saturday, February 16th - UNAVAILABLE

Sunday, February 17th - BOOKED

*Tour times and dates are updated as they are filled.*

A Request form will be sent to you upon request.

Once your tour date is confirmed you can make a donation by clicking on the link below, or calling the office directly at (352) 485-1250.