If you're stuck for gifts for a Birthday, or if you just want to treat yourself, why not order a batty gift from one of BCT's collaborators.

The following businesses produce these bat themed goods out of a shared respect for bat species and generously donate a percentage/fixed amount of sales to the Bat Conservation Trust.

Please note that although we do our best to keep the prices up to date on this page there may be some occasional discrepancies so always check the retailers website directly as this will display the most up to date prices.

Bizzy Illustrations

Bizzy Illustrations

Liz has been illustrating bats for some years now. As a licenced bat worker, she has the privilege of working alongside these protected mammals on a daily basis. Visit her page for a range of beautiful bat illustrations that you can purchase either as greeting cards or prints, along with fine bone china mugs, and men's and women's t-shirts made to order.

5% of the purchase price will be donated to the Bat Conservation Trust and the Kent Bat Group



Organic t-shirts and tote bags, water bottles and mugs, all with beautiful greater horseshoe bat illustrations!

Have a look at MabelArt's Etsy shop here.

At least10% of profits from every greater horseshoe bat product is donated to BCT.

Website: http://www.mabelart.com/

Creature Candy

Creature Candy

Creature Candy was created to raise awareness of Britain's declining and protected wildlife species, to inspire people to take active roles in conservation and to help generate vital funds for charities that strive to conserve our wildlife.

These beautiful products feature a hand drawn image of a Brown long-eared bat. All products are designed & made in the UK. 10% of purchases are donated to BCT. Products include bat mugs, aprons, notebooks, prints, tea towels and greetings cards.

Website: www.creaturecandy.co.uk
Contact: lovenature@creaturecandy.co.uk

Please email Lizzie for all wholesale enquiries

Hare and Tabor

Hare and Tabor

From one of the breathtaking illustration plates in Ernst Haekel's Art Forms in Nature (1904), the startling range of chiroptera order of mammals is presented.

Explanatory legend added at the bottom identifies all the species in the illustration, which is printed in a striking deep purple colour.

Click here to get your Bats tea towel.

Looking for a specific high street retailer? Shop via Give as You Live or Savoo! The retailers will donate a percentage of your purchase to Bat Conservation Trust at no extra cost to you!

Or if you shop with Amazon please use Amazon Smile. The retailers will donate a percentage of your purchase to Bat Conservation Trust at no extra cost to you!

You can also find us on Bookshop.org! If you're shopping for books, visit our page on Bookshop.org, who will make a donation to Bat Conservation Trust for any books purchased on our page at no extra cost to you!