Clyde Bat Group

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Clyde Bat Group was formed in 1997 by volunteers to promote the conservation of bats across the Clyde Region including Inverclyde, Renfrewshire, Glasgow and Lanarkshire. We are a Partner Group to the Bat Conservation Trust, who is a registered charity in England and Wales (1012361) and in Scotland (SC040116).

Our aims:

  • to protect and conserve bats
  • to increase public awareness of bats

Our volunteer members are essential to our success. We are keen to hear from anyone with an interest in bats who would like to join us. You can take an active part in surveying, guided walks and talks or you can come along to the talks that are organised for our members or just enjoy our group emails and social media.

All membership fees and donations we receive go back into bat conservation!

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