Whether self-isolating or social distancing, there are still ways that you can help the Jersey Bat Group study both Jersey’s bats and also threats to Jersey’s bat populations such as light pollutionRead More →
If you have children to look after or home school and would like some ideas for things to do then the Bat Conservation Trust website is a great place to be inspired!Read More →
Would you like to get more involved in Bat Conservation?
Now’s your chance to join the JBG committee and help the group by coordinating fundraising and public engagement events.Read More →
Hibernation season is nearly over. It’s time to emerge and find out how you can get involved in bat conservation.
Come along to the AGM to hear about the activities and discoveries of 2019 and join the discussions for 2020.Read More →
***Bookings have now closed***
We look forward to seeing all those that purchased tickets on 29th OctoberRead More →
Come along to one of our free public bat walks to celebrate the
23rd International Bat Night.
You will have the chance to hear about the different species in Jersey, how they live and the challenges they face. There will be an opportunity to use bat detectors and listen to the bats flying and feeding. Hopefully,
you’ll be able to see some bats too. Read More →
Please join the Jersey Bat Group for the first Great Garden Bat Watch!
This new event combines the joy of (hopefully!) watching bats with citizen science based research that can help us better understand bats across Jersey.Read More →
The Jersey Bat Group is encouraging all people in Jersey to get involved with the Bat Conservation Trust Sunset/Sunrise Survey
We are looking for bat roosts (bats emerging from buildings, trees etc), bat activity in the Island and generally ‘all things batty!’Read More →
The Jersey bat group have donated a copy of the book: Bat Roosts in Trees: A guide to identification and assessment for tree-care and ecological professionals to the Jersey Library.
The Jersey Bat Group are concerned at the level of tree felling that is currently happening in Jersey, often without appropriate surveys.Read More →
This multi-part course starts with Bats for Building Professionals on Thursday afternoon; which provides an introduction to bat ecology, how they use buildings, the law protecting them and looking at potential impacts. This is followed by a practical activity examining some buildings for potential roost features and a bat walk.Read More →