10th March 2021
An opportunity to join bat roost mitigation experts for an afternoon of discussion workshops to explore topics such as historic buildings/churches and trees, culminating in seeing what lessons can be learned in our Ecologists Anonymous session with Mitigation ‘Agony Uncle’ Richard Crompton! This Masterclass event will also include an update on the BCT’s mitigation work including the Bearing Witness for Wildlife Mitigation project, and is followed in the evening by the Roost Awards event (see below). CPD – certificate available.
10th March 2021
Join us for the announcement of this year's Roost Award shortlisted entries and winner! Hear details of the shortlisted and winning mitigation projects from the ecologists and Roost judges, as well as from the original Roost Award Winner Peter Shepherd from BSG. There will also be opportunities for networking and further discussion of mitigation in our virtual bar rooms - bring your own drinks! You can also buy a combined ticket for the Mitigation Masterclass and the Roost Awards together.
11th March 2021
BritBats was originally established to bring together UK based undergraduate and postgraduate students conducting research on bats anywhere in the world. Due to the pandemic, over the past year there have been limited opportunities for networking and forming important connections between students, early career researchers and the wider bat research community. BritBats 2021 provides a platform for these connections to be made and maintained. Priority will be given to students and post-doctoral researchers to present their research, however, BritBats is open to anyone around the world who has an interest in bat research, from academia, to NGOs, to industry and any bat enthusiasts. We will be donating any profits from ticket sales to the Bat Conservation Trust and the Mammal Society
18th March 2021
This awareness course is for anyone who is responsible for buildings and their renovation/development/maintenance/design, including builders, surveyors, architects and pest controllers.
27th March 2021
The North of England Bat Conference is an opportunity for volunteer and professional bat workers in the North of England to spend time together: updating their knowledge, sharing best practice, developing their skills and catching up on the latest 'bat chat'. The day will include spotlight talks from various bat groups in the region, longer talks on projects or sharing new knowledge and a choice of two practical workshops. There will also be plenty of time for catching up with batty friends or making some new batty acquaintances in online chats.
20th April 2021
This 12 month online training programme is designed for consultant ecologists and wildlife professionals who would like to improve their wildlife detection or survey accuracy.
17th May 2021
"Very good introduction to bats in relation to ecology, the law and tree use." Course participant, 2017 Adapted for online delivery, this Lantra-accredited course, developed by the Bat Conservation Trust and supported by the Arboricultural Association, will enable participants to carry out tree works with consideration for the potential effects on bats and their habitats. Enquire for discount details: email@example.com