Book your place online for the 2009 National Bat Conference!

9th April 2009

The National Bat Conference will take place at the University of York between 18th and 20th September 2009, and we would love to see you there.

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BCT prepares defences against a deadly threat to bats

28th March 2009

BCT urgently needs to raise funds to prepare defences in the worst-case scenario that White-nose Syndrome, the mysterious condition that has killed hundreds of thousands of bats, is discovered in the UK or wider Europe.

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BCT welcomes new government wildlife crime priorities

2nd March 2009

The Bat Conservation Trust (BCT) has welcomed news that bats are among animals earmarked top priorities in a strengthened fight against wildlife crime this year.

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Research to assess effects of micro-turbines on birds and bats

24th February 2009

Scientists at the University of Stirling are to conduct the world's first study into the effects of micro wind turbines on birds and bats.

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Britain's bats in need of a little love this Valentine's Day too

9th February 2009

Facing imminent new threats and with their natural habitats under increasing pressure, Britain's bats now need more love than ever, says the Bat Conservation Trust (BCT).

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2009 Training Course Brochure now available

2009 Training Course Brochure now available

10th December 2008

The 2009 Training Brochure is now available to download.

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BCT seeks new Trustees

9th December 2008

BCT is looking for Trustees for 2009 and beyond to ensure the range of expertise across the board is maintained.

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BCT developing European white-nose syndrome guidelines

28th November 2008

BCT is working to develop European guidelines for white-nose syndrome (WNS), the condition which has been associated with the death of over 100,000 bats in North East USA.

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It's HALLOWEEN! So where are the scary bats?

It's HALLOWEEN! So where are the scary bats?

30th October 2008

Bats are often portrayed as terrifying bloodsucking fiends, particularly around Halloween, but they're really gentle, captivating creatures.

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