Life of a Bat Carer – Part 1: Training and Rescue

There are only a few trained bat carers all over the UK, dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of bats. They do this voluntarily and give up a significant part of their day to rescue and care for bats … Read More

A Dummy’s Guide to Architecture for Ecologists

Don’t know the different between a gambrel and a gablet, a purlin from a rafter, King post from a Queen post, or a truss from a strut? Neither did I! However, an understanding of architectural terms is essential when interpreting … Read More

New Bat Survey Guidelines Published

The Bat Conservation Trust has recently published updated Bat Survey Good Practice Guidelines (2nd Edition) which develops upon the guidance specified in the first edition as well as including further information on the legislative protection afforded to bats as well … Read More

Acer Ecology appear in local newspaper Penarth Times

Acer Ecology has appeared in the local newspaper The Penarth Times. Read the article below: Bat survey at Penarth’s Marine Buildings ahead of development plans Tuesday 14th February 2012 LOCAL ecologists have carried out a bat survey of the Marine Buildings – the derelict … Read More