Support our first manifesto for bats

Support our first manifesto for bats

4th June 2024

A Bat Conservation Manifesto launches today - support us to get these evidence-based conservation policy ideas to all political parties, decision makers and the public.

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NBMP annual report 2023: Worrying signs of change

NBMP annual report 2023: Worrying signs of change

30th May 2024

Latest NBMP report on UK’s bat species shows worrying signs of change which require more data collection to understand.

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Join us at the Restore Nature Now march 22 June 2024

Join us at the Restore Nature Now march 22 June 2024

23rd May 2024

On the 22 June 2024 the Bat Conservation Trust will be joining the 'Restore Nature Now' march. We want as many of our supporters to help speak up for bats

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Bats and beyond campaign to support our scientific research

Bats and beyond campaign to support our scientific research

17th April 2024

We are launching the ‘Bats and beyond: supporting the next generation’ fundraising campaign to raise a minimum of £20,000 for scientific research

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Batty Laureate Winners 2023-24

Batty Laureate Winners 2023-24

7th March 2024

Congratulations to our winners Sophie Harrison and Sarah Mills

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Big Green Hike 2024

Big Green Hike 2024

21st February 2024

Join hundreds of others and take a Big Green Hike for nature Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 April 2024.

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Nature is essential to all people’s future

9th February 2024

Our vision for the future is of a world rich in wildlife where people and bats thrive together. We want everyone, everywhere to have opportunities to connect with bats and nature and get involved with conservation.

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Bats, sound and science: Lia Gilmour interview part 2

Bats, sound and science: Lia Gilmour interview part 2

7th February 2024

In this interview, BCT’s Research Manager Dr Lia Gilmour explains the links between the science of sound and bat conservation, how she became a bat scientist and what it's like working at BCT.

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