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Adrià López-Baucells 17h
Never been more appropriate! ?
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Alyson Brokaw, MSc Dec 7
And that’s a wrap! Finished up data collection last night for Panama (and for my dissertation)! Time for a short vacation, then I’ll be digging into 50 bats and 55 nights of video data!
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Stuart Cossey Dec 7
Bat foraging over the church yard in the mild weather
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Devon Bat Project 18h
Visit our website downloads page for a handy set of guides such as this one about greater horseshoe bats
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Bat Conservation Trust 9h
Replying to @RoxyG100
Sorry you’re having problems joining. Do email us about it so we can look into it - members@bats.org.uk
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Bat Conservation Trust 12h
Grey long-eared bats are long-lived and social but there could be as few as 1,000 of these bats left. The grey long-eared bat project ( one of the projects) aims to reverse the decline of this species:
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Bat Conservation Trust 13h
Our membership magazines will be going out to members next week so keep an eye in your post box or email inbox!! A membership makes for a great so order by the 15th December to receive in time for
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Bat Conservation Trust 15h
Have you ever wondered if there are any bats on Skomer? Read the blog below to find out!
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Bat Conservation Trust 16h
Case Study: Managing Farmland for Grey Long-eared Bats
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Bat Conservation Trust 17h
National Bat Conference 2020 - Call for Abstracts is open! Details on the website: Please share widely - submissions welcome from all sectors. Submissions close 02 March 2020 Email nwebster@bats.org.uk with any questions
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Bat Conservation Trust Dec 7
This is the largest mammal migration in the world! (and no, it's not the wildebeest migration in the Masai Mara)
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Bat Conservation Trust Dec 7
Collaboration is at the core of our charitable work and is only possible thanks to volunteers, members, donors and sponsors. Some examples: ♥️🦇
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Bat Conservation Trust Dec 7
Did you know that you can donate all or part of the price of an item you sell on to ? To see the list of items people being sold to benefit bat conservation look here: ♥️🦇
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Bat Conservation Trust Dec 7
If you haven't already, please take part survey looking at how cultures perceive . It takes about 5 minutes.
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Bat Conservation Trust Dec 7
Replying to @avlaing
Hi. When the bat stops flying and lands follow the advice on this page and then take it to your local vet: . Feel free to direct them to our bat care guidelines for more info about bat rehabilitation
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Bat Conservation Trust Dec 7
Biggles in flight in the summer. Hopefully hibernating safely now. Has anyone out here in met Biggles?
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Bat Conservation Trust Dec 7
The UK's ancient woodlands are irreplaceable, they form a unique ecosystem which is home to more threatened UK species than any other. Don’t let HS2 destroy them email party leaders with an 'Instant Ancient Woodland' seed packet at
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Bat Conservation Trust Dec 7
If you're looking for or do check our gifts page! We have wonderful collaborators who produce a range of goodies and, best of all, donate part of their funds back to so your gifts will help too!
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Bat Conservation Trust Dec 7
We are still accepting bookings for the Woodland Symposium 2020, taking place on 18th March 2020 at the WWF UK Living Planet Centre in Woking. Click here to book your place:
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Oliver Woodman Dec 6
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