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Events and training

Whether you are a bat-beginner or an expert you are sure to find an event for you in the listing below. Year round the Bat Conservation Trust, local bat groups as well as conservation and community organisations arrange bat events across the UK  from training courses  to bat walks for families. 

Highlights in 2014:

Woodland Bat Symposium a one day event bringing together bat workers, ecologists and researchers with those working in the forestry industry to discuss latest research, survey techniques and share best practice. Bookings opening soon.

International Bat Night a nationwide celebration of bats coordinated by BCT over the last weekend of August

National Bat Conference the biggest event in the bat calendar

East of England, Midlands and South East England Bat Conferences for bat enthusiuasts living or working in those regions

In Wales there is the Bat Workers Day and in Scotland there is the Spring into Action event.

Discover batty things happening near you!

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Upcoming bat events

  1. Surveying Trees

    This one-day course will allow participants to build on knowledge gained on other courses, and will provide an understanding of trees and the techniques needed to survey them effectively.

    England - South East

    Start: 02/12/2014 09:30
    End: 02/12/2014 16:30

  2. Mitigation

    This one day course, developed and delivered by Dr Sandie Sowler, is intended for those who require an in-depth look at bat mitigation strategies that both have and haven’t worked.

    England - South East

    Start: 03/12/2014 09:30
    End: 03/12/2014 16:30

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