Rare bat to be mapped for the first time

6th February 2008

One of the UK's rarest mammals - the Bechstein's bat - will be surveyed and monitored under a new BCT project.

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Developer hit with £3,500 fine for destroying bat roost

Developer hit with £3,500 fine for destroying bat roost

1st February 2008

BCT has welcomed the prosecution of property developer P J Livesey Group, which pleaded guilty to illegal damage/destruction of a bat roost.

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Natural England cuts: no Happy New Year for nature

21st January 2008

Fears proposed budget cuts could have a severe impact on biodiversity in the UK.

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England goes in to 'bat' with help of Heritage Lottery Fund

England goes in to 'bat' with help of Heritage Lottery Fund

4th October 2007

The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has announced an award of £596,000 for 'England Count Bat.'

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BCT statement on successful bat crime prosecution

3rd October 2007

BCT is urging the building sector to be vigilant in protecting bats and their roosts, following the successful prosecution of the owner of a Carmarthen demolition company.

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New Covent Garden Food Co. goes Batty for Halloween

New Covent Garden Food Co. goes Batty for Halloween

28th September 2007

BCT has teamed up with New Covent Garden Food Co. to raise awareness about bats in the lead up to Halloween.

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Thousands to Celebrate European Bat Weekend

22nd August 2007

Thousands of people across the UK will be busy this August Bank Holiday weekend enjoying a host of special batty events taking place to celebrate European Bat Weekend.

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