26th August 2017
In celebration of International Bat Night we are pleased to announce the release of the very popular downloadable poster How are trees important to bats? developed by Mammal Next Door and with input from Bat Conservation Trust as well as a number of other partners. The poster is available in ffour languages
8th August 2017
In January 2017, as a first step to addressing the lack of evidence in bat mitigation (by encouraging monitoring and the sharing of good practice), Bat Conservation Trust's Built Environment team ran a Mitigation Case Studies Forum. The proceedings of the forum are now available to download.
4th August 2017
Over the last 44 years, the European Union (EU) has played a critical role in shaping the legislation that protects bats and other wildlife in the UK. The Government's EU (Withdrawal) Bill (also known as the Great Repeal Bill) is the first important step in shaping what will come after we are no longer part of the EU.
28th July 2017
International Bat Night has taken place every year since 1997. More than 30 countries join in with this celebration which takes place on the last full weekend of August. The 21st International Bat Night will be held on the weekend of 26-27 August 2017.
7th July 2017
Helen Hayes MP attended an award ceremony in Westminster on Monday 3 July to mark the first anniversary of the Species Champions project and celebrate the recruitment of 39 MPs from across the political spectrum.