Jeeny spent just under two hours with us - we asked her to double the tour (usually her tours go from 45mins to 1hr 30mins).
Jeeny doesn't brag about herself enough, she says it's all for the bats & if it helps them, it helps her. Jeenys' passion for bats started somewhere near the 1990's, once her father passed she turned her house and her inheritance into the bat hospital you see today, with a little help here and there from the local council...
She relies on volunteers from around the world, on donations from her tours she does daily and other people who support her work. Her goal is to educate people on why the bats are important in today's society, this is a hard road to travel down as bats are not the most popular animal around, she is well aware of this and she continues through this like any strong woman would.
I wish her all the best & I highly recommend this tour, Jeeny explains things in a easy to understand manner, there is a lot to see/learn at the bat hospital. It is well maintained, volunteers love the experience and Eco friendly. Definitely opened my eyes about bats and I think there is a lot more researchers could learn about this little creatures than what meets the eye.
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