Everyone at Evening Eclipse has a deep, dark love for those little creatures of the night who are misunderstood and feared above all else. The Bat is a global symbol of our darkest fears yet they are an essential part of our eco-system that we as humans cannot live without. Bats are continually killed due to myths, superstition and fear, even though they eat millions of bugs nightly, and bring us approximately 450 commercial products.
Everyone at Evening Eclipse felt it was time to take a stand and do what we could to help out the bat population. Here in Texas we have a Bat Sanctuary that has gone above and beyond the call of duty in saving these amazing animals, they went so far as to even purchase an old building where literally thousands of bats took up residence that was scheduled for demolition just to save them.
The Evening Eclipse Adopt-a-Bat Program allows you to help us help out these beautiful creatures. When you purchase $80 worth of Evening Eclipse Products (including at least one Bat Fragrance product), we will donate $35 to Adopt-a-Bat in your name via the Bat World Texas Bat Sanctuary. Not only will you be purchasing our great products but you will be helping a bat (of your choice) in need and receiving some great adoption items in the process. Please, watch the videos of some of the actual bats you can adopt below and if you are interested in helping out, visit our website (http://www.eveningeclipse.com) for much more detailed information.
Help us spread the word about our new Adopt-a-Bat Program! Just copy the code below and put it on your MySpace Profile, in your bulletins, or even Blog about it! The more we make people aware, the more effective the program is! We are serious about helping these Bats out and to show you just how serious, if you put this banner on your profile and send us a message, we will send you a Ten Dollar Gift Certificate just for displaying it! I mean, look at the little bats face in the banner below, can you truly say no to a cutie like that? !!!
Loc: Victorville, California
I have a home in the Majove desert, it gets dark enough at night to see many of the stars in the sky. Where is the best location to place a bat house? Besides being a dark place? Is there any plants or other things that bats like? That would help the bats to make the home livable for them?
Insanity is doing the same thing over and over expecting a different result - Ben Franklin