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This evening course will introduce participants to bat ecology throughout their annual cycle, with an emphasis on the hibernation period. Participants will gain an understanding of what physically happens to bats during hibernation, including their metabolism. Participants will learn which are the … Read More
This evening course on 30th April 2018 will introduce participants to the Henry Andrews Bat Tree Habitat Key. The course will give participants an understanding of the tree roosting bat species and the features and trees in which they roost. Part … Read More
The course provides an introduction to dormouse ecology and the survey methods used for the species, including nut searches, the use of nest-tubes, nest boxes and nest identification. The course will consider how dormice can affect developments and will consider legal issues, planning, mitigation design and licensing. Advice … Read More
How to Apply for a Bat Licence? If you require planning permission to make alterations to your home or property, the Local Planning Authority (LPA) may require you to undertake bat surveys on your property before being able to grant … Read More
The course is designed for professional or amateur bat surveyors who would like to learn how to undertake bat detector surveys or improve their bat surveying skills. The course will include indoor and outdoor sessions where participants will be taught … Read More
With their large black eyes, fury honey-coloured tail and tendency to curl up into little balls for naps in cold weather, the hazel dormouse is surely one of the most loved of all our British mammals. Unfortunately, due to their … Read More
The Hedgehog (Erinaceus europaeus) Hedgehogs are found across the UK and Ireland. Since the 1950s, 95% of the UK’s hedgehogs have disappeared. The population has declined from 36 million animals to only about 1 million today. This represents a very … Read More