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By: Abigail C Entwistle
48 pages, b/w illustrations, b/w distribution maps
Conserving bats is a complex problem and recent research has uncovered new information about where bats feed and how best to maintain or enhance the habitats they prefer. This manual gives general guidance aimed at conservation and land management advisors on managing these habitats for bats. The manual is divided into 2 main parts: general advice on managing particular habitats to assist foraging bats, and detailed advice on habitat management to meet the needs of each of the 16 species of bat found in the UK. Also includes an invaluable summary of law relating to protecting bats, and a digest of environmental incentive schemes and grant aid available that could directly or indirectly benefit bat habitat management. Generously illustrated throughout with witty original drawings.
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