Join us in Galway on December 7th for a talk by Dr Kate McAney of the Vincent Wildlife Trust on developing farm plans for lesser horseshoe bats. These bats are found in the west of Ireland and often roost in old derelict cottages and sheds. For more details see our events page. … [Read More...]
Need advice about a bat roost?
We'll endeavour to help all we can with your questions about bat roosts. Take a look here for information and further details.
Found a grounded bat?
Bats sometimes appear in houses or on the ground outdoors during the day time. There is a range of options to help a bat back on the wing again, but what to do depends on the situation.
Bat Conservation Ireland will be a manning a stand at the European Symposium for the Protection of the Night Sky. Tina Aughney will also present a talk on BCIreland's work on Irish bats and artificial light at night. The Symposium promises to be a very informative event bringing together many organisations and researchers with an interest in the night sky, from astronomers to ecologists and … [Read More...]
Bat Conservation Ireland (founded in 2004) is a dynamic Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) and charity dedicated to the conservation of Ireland’s bats. It operates as a Limited Company. Bat Conservation Ireland is seeking to employ an administrative manager to take over administration of the organisation, manage accounts and act as company secretary. We run a number of monitoring projects … [Read More...]
Bat Conservation Ireland (Caomhantas Ialtog na hEireann) is a Charity dedicated to the conservation of Ireland's bats. We promote conservation of bats by disseminating educational materials, giving talks and leading bat walks, carrying out nationwide surveys and monitoring of bats, acting as an umbrella group for the local bat groups and providing a central repository for bat records.