BCT’s second woodland symposium will be a one day event aimed at bat workers, landowners, ecologists and the woodland/forestry industry. Throughout the day we will cover research and knowledge, what bats are in my woodland and woodland/landscape management case studies/research. We are delighted to welcome two keynote speakers to this symposium, Mike Render and George Peterken. Mike Render has had nearly 50 years of experience of working within the forestry industry and currently works for the Forestry Commission. George Peterken specialises in woodland ecology and conservation and has worked for the Nature Conservancy Council (as part of the Chief Scientist team) and the Forestry Commission. He recently wrote a book about the long-term study of Lady Park Wood titled ‘Woodland Development - A Long-term Study of Lady Park Wood’ and will be sharing the changes he observed from this study at the symposium.

BCT’s second woodland symposium will be a one day event aimed at bat workers, landowners, ecologists and the woodland/forestry industry.

Throughout the day we will cover research and knowledge, what bats are in my woodland and woodland/landscape management case studies/research.

Start Date/Time Wednesday 18th March 2020 at 9:00am
End Date/Time Wednesday 18th March 2020 at 5:30pm
Location

WWF UK Living Planet Centre

WWF UK The Living Planet Centre Rufford House, Brewery Rd,

Surrey

GU21 4LL

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Cost £100.00
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Region

SE England

Organiser BCT