Dr Parvathy Venugopal is a young South Asian woman dressed in a grey raincoat. We see her from the elbows up, as she turns her head to smile at the camera. Binoculars are raised to chin level. She stands in what looks like wetlands on the edge of an industrial site.

Community science, surveys and bats: Parvathy Venugopal interview

18th June 2024

Interview with Dr Parvathy Venugopal, BCT's Survey Officer, on why community science and surveys makes a difference for people and bats.

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NBMP annual report 2023: Worrying signs of change

NBMP annual report 2023: Worrying signs of change

30th May 2024

Latest NBMP report on UK’s bat species shows worrying signs of change which require more data collection to understand.

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Bats and beyond campaign to support our scientific research

Bats and beyond campaign to support our scientific research

17th April 2024

We are launching the ‘Bats and beyond: supporting the next generation’ fundraising campaign to raise a minimum of £20,000 for scientific research

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Bats, sound and science: Lia Gilmour interview part 2

Bats, sound and science: Lia Gilmour interview part 2

7th February 2024

In this interview, BCT’s Research Manager Dr Lia Gilmour explains the links between the science of sound and bat conservation, how she became a bat scientist and what it's like working at BCT.

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