British Bats, their Ecology and Conservation - online course
This six-part online course is designed for those new to bats and wanting to develop a broader understanding of the species we have here in the UK, their ecology and lifestyle, the threats they face and the conservation actions being taken to protect them.
Session are live, weekly workshops lasting 60-90 minutes online with opportunities to interact with the tutors on Zoom and ask your questions. Recordings of each session will be available afterwards for 1 month. You can book individual sessions if you are particularly interested in one or two topics, or book all six for a full overview of British bats.
Upcoming dates: (click the link to book)
6:30pm Thursday 14 October - Thursday 18 November 2021 - Zoom
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- Session 1 - What is a bat? (introducing common and soprano pipistrelles)
- Session 2 - Flight (introducing the big bats, Daubenton's bat and the Nathusius' pipistrelle)
- Session 3 - Echolocation (introducing our horseshoe bats and the whispering bats)
- Session 4 - Roosts and habitats (introducing the woodland specialists)
- Session 5 - Diet and habitats (introducing other myotis bats)
- Session 6 - Threats and Conservation
Prior knowledge: none
CPD: A certificate of attendance will be awarded to those attending the live sessions
Cost: Individual session £20 each, all six sessions £108
Discount: £5 off the full course price for BCT members