27th June 2016
This course is tutored by Ian Davidson-Watts (author of the new Advanced bat survey techniques chapter of BCT's Bat Surveys for Professional Ecologists: Good Practice Guidelines, 3rd edition).
This three day course is designed as a follow up to An introduction to advanced bat survey techniques and is aimed at ecological consultants involved in undertaking professional level bat surveys. The course introduces participants to the practical elements of advanced bat survey techniques such as trapping free flying bats and radio tracking mainly for the purposes of obtaining bat related data to inform development related projects and/or land management activities.
For more information please visit the course page