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Berks & South Bucks Bat Group

Working to conserve our local bats

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Berks & South Bucks Bat Group

Working to conserve our local bats

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Welcome to the home of the Berks & South Bucks Bat Group

We are a small but active group of volunteers working to help bats across Berkshire and south Buckinghamshire. To find out what we have been doing recently check out our blog.

Our main aims are:
  • To promote and further the conservation of bats and their habitats.

  • To raise awareness of bats and their conservation status.

Our key activities include:
  • Recording and monitoring bat populations in our area

  • Carrying out conservation projects such as bat box schemes, improving roost sites and developing potential sites.

  • Organising talks and educational events throughout the year.

  • Rescuing and rehabilitating grounded or injured bats.

  • Indoor winter talks

Upcoming events

Throughout the year we undertake a range of activities.

ALL EVENTS

There will be several local bat walks around Reading as part of the annual Wild About Reading event. Dates & locations to be confirmed soon, booking in due course via https://www.wildaboutrg.com/

Henley Nature Discovery Day

June 8 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

We will be taking the bat group stand to the Henley Nature Discovery Day, part of Henley's Great Big Green Week. Come along to Mill Meadows and find out more about local bats and meet one or two of our ambassador bats. More information at https://greenerhenley.org.uk/event/great-big-green-week-2024/

Latest news

Keep up to date with the latest news.

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We need your help!

You can send us your records of bats by filling in our form here.
If you have found an injured or grounded bat, call the National Bat Helpline on 0345 1300 228

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