Sid Valley Bat Project
The Sid Valley Bat Research Project is a citizen science project led by Louise Woolley, a bat ecologist. The project aims to discover more about bat ecology in order to help the species conservation.
The project has been running since 2015 and has involved over 100 volunteers. The project has identified 24 bat roosts in the Sid Valley, including 16 roosts of common species and 7 roosts of species with a higher level of protection. The project has also identified the River Sid as an important flyway and foraging ground for bats.
The project has been successful in raising awareness of bats and their conservation needs. The project has also provided valuable data on bat populations and habitat use in the Sid Valley.
The Sid Valley Bat Research Project is a valuable contribution to bat conservation. The project has provided important data on bat populations and habitat use, and has raised awareness of bats and their conservation needs.
The project is ongoing, and volunteers are always welcome. For more information, please visit the project website at www.sidvalleybatresearchproject.co.uk.