EU Referendum Update

14th June 2016

BCT wrote to both the "Vote Leave" and "Stronger in Britain" campaigns on the 12th of May. We have so far received one response from the "Stronger in Britain" campaign which we want to share with you.

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Key science questions

27th May 2016

BCT is committed to ensuring that conservation policy, practice and guidance is based on a robust scientific evidence base. BCT uses and generates scientific evidence to underpin bat conservation in the UK and further afield.

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Bats in church buildings

16th May 2016

Managing bats in church buildings was the focus of a one day conference of national and local representatives from the church, built heritage and conservation sectors on 13th May 2016.

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EU Referendum - A request for key information

13th May 2016

We have written to the Britain Stronger in Europe and Vote Leave campaigns to ask how a leave or remain vote will affect the UK's treasured natural environment and its remarkable and already threatened species

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National Bat Monitoring Programme (NBMP) Annual Report 2015

5th May 2016

The 2015 Annual Report provides the latest results from the programme, which produces population trends for 11 of Great Britain's 17 resident bat species. All bat species we monitor are considered to have been stable or to have increased since 1999.

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20 years of the National Bat Monitoring Programme

29th April 2016

This year the Bat Conservation Trust is celebrating 20 years of its National Bat Monitoring Programme (NBMP), the longest-running multi-species survey for mammals in the UK.

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Recommendations for using automatic bat identification software

21st April 2016

Initial guidance note describing how these software packages work, and considerations for their use

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