Gallery 4 -  Surrey Bat Group at Work

        Gallery 1 - Some Bats living in Surrey
       
Gallery 2 - Traditional Roosting Places
        Gallery 3 - Artificial Roosting Places

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The Group has installed several hundred bat boxes at sites all over Surrey. Some of the boxes are built by members to approved patterns
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Rescuing bats found by the general public is an important part of our work. Here, a brown long eared bat can just be seen inside the special transportation box.
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Checking boxes regularly helps us monitor the bat  population and species distribution, as well as giving us a feel for the relative merits of different types of box
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Hibernation sites are also checked as part of our monitoring programme 
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BAT WALKS
raise awareness, generate goodwill
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Securing derelict roost sites and making them safe sometimes involves heavy work. 
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CONSULTANCY, SURVEYS & ADVICE
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PUBLICITY & FUND RAISING
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CARE OF SICK & INJURED BATS
'Clover' - a serotine bat - is anaesthesised prior to surgery after a near fatal cat attack
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EDUCATION
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