A focus on helping bats for COP26

A focus on helping bats for COP26

26th October 2021

The Bat Conservation Trust is releasing a free download of the spring 2021 edition of Bat News which covered the topic of climate change impact on bats

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BCT ANNUAL REVIEW PUBLISHED

BCT ANNUAL REVIEW PUBLISHED

15th October 2021

The Bat Conservation Trust’s Annual Review, April 2020 - March 2021, is now published.

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Licensing digital service improvement - project update

Licensing digital service improvement - project update

6th October 2021

Natural England have commissioned a programme of work to radically improve our licensing service through digital transformation

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New initiative to save Wales’ threatened species  – with lots of opportunities for people to get involved

New initiative to save Wales’ threatened species – with lots of opportunities for people to get involved

17th September 2021

A new initiative – Natur am Byth - to save rare species and reconnect communities with nature is getting off the ground in Wales.

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25 years of International Bat Night

25 years of International Bat Night

27th August 2021

The 28th of August 2021 marks the 25th anniversary of the International Bat Night!

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‘Olympian’ bat smashes British record for long distance migration

‘Olympian’ bat smashes British record for long distance migration

5th August 2021

A tiny bat has been nicknamed the ‘Olympic bat’ by scientists after she beat all known British records and flew 2,018 km across Europe - one of the greatest ever known flights by a bat.

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Update from the Roost Partnership

Update from the Roost Partnership

23rd July 2021

We are therefore very excited to welcome our second Partner to the scheme, Just Lead who produce the Bat Access tile (pictured below) have been working with BCT in recent months to hone their design.

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Concerns about the 7th Quinquennial Review

Concerns about the 7th Quinquennial Review

7th July 2021

BCT has signed an open letter to express our concerns over the change to the eligibility criteria by which species will be included on Schedules 5 and 8 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act (WCA)

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Birthday Time! 30 Years of Bats

Birthday Time! 30 Years of Bats

6th July 2021

Birthday Time! 30 Years Of Bats It’s time to reveal our bat-themed birthday bonanza - a whole month of batty themed activities for everyone - as the Bat Conservation Trust celebrates our 30th year.

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