is a democratic membership organization. Anyone interested in bats may
become a member of our organization. This does require that you accept NIFFs
Articles, support the organizations work, and pay the membership fee required.
Membership follows the calendar year, and stays until you notify the organization
in writing. Members younger than 11 years are not excepted..
All members are updated on activities and trips through our newsletter Lešrblaka
Express. All new members also receive the 36-page booklet Vi studerer flaggermus (How to study bats). Most of them also
receive the membership bulletin Gudnjoloddi
and new brochures. Type of membership decides what material the members receive.
membership is valid for one year. All
ordinary members receive our bulletin Gudnjoloddi
and the local bat group newsletter where these occur.
who are lucky to host a bat colony in their house might become a member. There
is no membership fee. However, they are required to give a report on the status
of the colony every year. They may also note when the colony arrives or departs
for the season. Especially important is annual count of emerging bats. This way
the population may be monitored through many years. An own brochure has been
made for the godparents.
The godparent receive the local bat group newsletter, as well as the newsletter
Husgjesten (=the House Guest) or Gruvetrollet (=the Cave Troll), depending on if their colony is
using their site during summer or winter. New members also receive the booklet Vi
studerer flaggermus (How to study bats*).
is valid for three years. They receive the booklet How
to study bats* and the newsletter to the local bat group. They do not,
however, receive our bulletin Gudnjoloddi.
New members must pay their membership fee in advance before receiving any
written material. Youth members are 11 to 18 years of age.
Ordinary membership that lasts as long as
the members address is valid. The membership fee is 15 times higher than that of
the ordinary membership, and the money is put aside to a fund for long term
projects. Lifetime members have the same rights as ordinary members.
is a passive membership for institutions or people who only wish to
support our work.
These members only receive our Articles and Annual Report whenever they are
updated. Membership is active as long as their address is valid.
receive the magazine Gudnjoloddi,
newsletter Lešrblaka, new brochures
and reports which is published the year of their membership. A membership
implies that the institution acknowledge the following statement:
We support the objectives of NIFF stated in their rules, and their good
practical work (as described in the Annual Report).
As a member we wish to show our support for the work of the organization Institutions
have no right of influence to the work of NIFF.
Same apply as for supporter membership,
but the institution have not acknowledged NIFFs objectives or work on bats.
These receive the magazine Gudnjoloddi
and newsletter Lešrblaka, but need to
pay extra for additional material.
following types of membership/subscription is valid for 2017-2019:
is to advanced for younger age groups.