Bat Care Guidelines Crowdfunding

16th December 2015

The Bat Conservation Trust (BCT) has launched its first crowdfunding campaign which aims to publish the new edition of the Bat Care Guidelines, a vital resource amongst bat carers. This is a great opportunity for our supporters to contribute to this publication.

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Kate Barlow's funeral arrangements

3rd December 2015

Arrangements have now been made for the funeral of Dr Kate Barlow, which will take place on Thursday 17th December.

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“Discovering the connection between natural heritage and cultural influence” wins Heritage Lottery Fund support

1st December 2015

The Bat Conservation Trust (BCT) has been awarded £91,800 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for an exciting new project at Swanton Novers woodland in Norfolk. Thanks to National Lottery players, BCT will work closely with volunteers from the local community to discover the relationship between the long history of management at the site and the woodland's role in local heritage and in the wildlife that the woodland supports – particularly bats

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Join us on this global #GivingTuesday movement!

1st December 2015

The Bat Conservation Trust is joining the global #GivingTuesday movement, a day of giving and a day for people around the world to come together to do something for a good cause!

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Kate Barlow - Passionate wildlife conservationist and explorer

30th November 2015

Prof. Kate Jones has written a tribute to our dear friend, Dr Kate Barlow, who unexpectedly passed away on Monday 23rd of November.

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Sad loss of a great friend to bat conservation

25th November 2015

We are extremely saddened to have to let you know that our dear friend, Dr Kate Barlow, unexpectedly passed away on Monday 23rd of November.

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Time to Defend Nature again

19th November 2015

Over the last few months we have been working closely with other conservation and environmental organisations to make sure the Nature Directives review process is based on the best evidence available. We are now asking for your help in this process once again.

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Cull of Flying Foxes in Mauritius

10th November 2015

A government cull of 18,000 Greater Mascarene Flying Foxes Pteropus niger has begun in Mauritius. Article by Prof Paul Racey

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HS2 Updated Position Statement

6th November 2015

In August BCT responded to a consultation on the HS2 Phase One supplementary environmental statement. As a result of the consultation we have now produced an updated position statement.

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