Young Batworker for Partner GroupsThe latest edition of Young Batworker - BCT's magazine for the Young Batworkers Club
WNS Guidance for Bat CarersGuidance on WNS and Pd in the UK and what to look out for with bats in care over the winter, and what to do if a suspect bat is found.
WNS Guidance for Bat WorkersGuidance on WNS in the UK and what to look out for during hibernation checks and what to do if a suspect bat is found
Funding20 April 2017
Funding Opportunities There are a range of funding sources that bat groups can apply to for help with funding projects. The BCT Funding Guide aims to help groups identify local sources of funding with details of several different funds and links to grant search websites. We…
Partner Groups20 April 2017
Partner Groups Welcome to the Partner Group section of the BCT website. Content: Guidance and suggestions for bat group development BCT and other external funding opportunities Images from our photo library, for use publicity materials and resources Details of our insurance policy…
Fun Batty Things To Do for Kids20 January 2015
Here are some ideas of fun batty things you can do... Join the Young Batworkers' Club There are great benefits to joining the Young Batworkers' Club. Find out more! Tell us Your Batty Stories! Have you seen bats in your garden? Have you done a project on bats at school? Visit the Batty…
Introduction to Bats & Acoustic IdentificationThis one day course is aimed at those who are new to bats and would like to know more. Bats are amazing animals but being nocturnal they can be a challenge to identify. However, with some basic knowledge and a simple heterodyne bat detector the world of bats can begin to open up to you.
National Bat Care Conference 2015This is a one-day event for anyone involved with bat care in the UK. The aim of the conference is to provide an opportunity for bat rehabilitators (new and experienced) and veterinary professionals to share knowledge and update skills in bat rehabilitation.
North of England Bat ConferenceThis is a one day event for bat workers and bat enthusiasts who live or work in the North of England or who are members of bat groups in the region. The area covered includes: County Durham, Cheshire, Merseyside, Lancashire, Cumbria, Northumberland and Yorkshire.
South West Bat ConferenceThis is a one day event for bat workers and bat enthusiasts who live or work in the South West of England or who are members of bat groups in the region. The area covered is: Avon, Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Isles of Scilly, Somerset and Wiltshire.
National Bat ConferenceThe Bat Conservation Trust invites you to join us for the biggest event in the bat calendar! The 2012 National Bat Conference. The programme will cover many exciting and varied subjects .