In this message we have: - The latest bat group bulletin - A new milestone for SBG membership - A reminder of the status of SBG events, and our strategies to protect bats
In this message we have: - The latest updated guidance for bat groups from the BCT. - The risk level of Bat events in Somerset - Details of the Bat workers forum - The last chance to vote for Edward and Helen for the Pete Guest award.
To celebrate and recognise the immense contribution that Helen and Ed Wells have made to bat conservation in Somerset over many years we have nominated them for the Pete Guest Award 2021.
Booking is now open for the South West of England Bat Conference
Nature is in trouble. In the UK, almost half of our wildlife is in long term decline, 1 in 4 mammals, including several bat species, face extinction and none of our rivers or lakes are in good health. We are one of the most nature-deprived countries in the world. We need urgent action from Government. The Prime Minister has been calling on world leaders to agree to stop nature’s decline by 2030. In just a few months, governments will come together to agree a global target to stop our natural world from being destroyed. But there’s no legal commitment to do the same here at home.
We wish all our members a batty new year, with the hope we can resume group activities at some time this year. In the meantime our advice on bat group events remains unchanged from what we published last July. In this message we have: A request for group members feedback for the Somerset Environmental Records … Continue reading Batty new year! Online courses and request for feedback from SERC