Bats Count Long-sleeve T-Shirt


Stay warm at your bat counts with this attractive long-sleeve shirt. This shirt is a great conversation starter at any gathering. Why do bats count? BC bats eat millions of insects at night, including mosquitoes, agricultural and forest pests. They are an important part of the food chain and our ecosystems. Help us count bats; consider volunteering. Bat counts are held at maternity colonies in the summer to monitor how bat populations are doing. Anyone is welcome to help.


This long-sleeve shirt is made of 100% cotton (following the US Cotton Trust Protocol). Printed in Penticton, BC.

Artist: Megan Olson grew up in the Okanagan Valley in a family that always prioritized creativity and being outdoors. Her artwork is a creative outlet that allows space to experiment and make pieces that reflect her love of nature. She studied ecology, botany, and fisheries in college and is currently an environmental technologist and a regional coordinator for the BC Community Bat Program.

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Colour: Navy

Gildan Heavy Cotton Long-Sleeve T-shirt – 5400S
5.3 oz./yd² (US) 8.8 oz./L yd (CA), 100% cotton, 20 singles
Classic fit
Classic width, rib collar
Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and durability
Rib cuffs
Tear away label
Proud member of the U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol
Made with OEKO-TEX certified low-impact dyes

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