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CHAPTER 1 BATS AND THE LAW
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Assembly for Wales Countryside Division or the
Environment & Heritage Service (Northern
Ireland). These departments also issue licences under the Habitats Regulations to permit otherwise prohibited acts where this is considered to be for imperative reasons of overriding public interest
(primarily development. Licences can only be issued when there is no satisfactory alternative and when the action authorised will not be detrimental to the maintenance of the populations of the species concerned at favourable conservation status in their natural range. Note that these arrangements are subject to change.
Acts or operations that take place on a Site of
Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) (Areas of Special
Scientific Interest (ASSI in Northern Ireland) are covered by Part II of the Wildlife & Countryside
Act. The SNCOs have a particular role in the enforcement of this part of the legislation and should be contacted if you believe something illegal is taking place.
This is only a general and simplified guide to the main provisions of the law. The Wildlife and
Countryside Act 1981 (and its amendments, the
Environmental Protection Act 1990, the
Conservation (Natural Habitats, c) Regulations, the Countryside and Rights of Way Act the Criminal Justice (Scotland) Actor the equivalent legislation in Northern Ireland should be consulted for further details.
Bats are similarly protected in all other parts of the
British Isles. Information on bat protection in the
Republic of Ireland can be obtained from National
Parks & Wildlife, Department of Environment,
Heritage and Local Government, 7 Ely Place,
Dublin 2 and in the Isle of Man from DAFF,
Knockaloe Farm, Peel, Isle of Man IM5 3AJ.
Information on bat protection and the law in the
UK is contained in various leaflets, which are available from the SNCOs: English Nature –
Focus on bats and Bats in roofs a guide for
surveyors; Scottish Natural Heritage – Bats and
people; Countryside Council for Wales – Ystlumod,
Bats; The Environment and Heritage Service
(Northern Ireland) – Focus on Bats.




Health and safety in bat work
Catching bats
Ringing and marking
Public relations
Conserving and creating bat roosts
Forewordbat
Bat workers manual 09acknowledgements
Bats and the law
Law enforcement – gathering evidence
Convention on the conservation of
Public inquiry confirms importance of lesser horseshoe bat roost
Taking bats into captivity
Advice to the public who find grounded bats
Advice on bats and rabies
Dust and insulation
Wasp, bee and hornet nests
Survey and monitoring
Day surveys of potential roost structures
Case study – bats in barns survey
Case study – the bats in churches project
Identification
Bats and echolocation
Bat detectors
Basic equipment required:
Sonogram analysis
Extraction from hand-nets
Figure 4.1hand-nets. polythene around the lip prevents bats climbing out.figure 4.3
Single-pole flicking
Chapter 4 c atching bats44two-pole flicking
Chapter 4 c atching bats463
Testicular descent
Chapter 5 examining bats50figure 5.1
Parturition and lactation
Fur colour and texture
Wing span, and head and body length
Mites, including ticks (acari)
Bat-bugs (hemiptera, cimicidae)
Fleas (siphonaptera, ischnopsyllidae)
Bat-flies (diptera, nycteribiidae)
Rabies surveillance
Chapter 5 examining bats56sending dead bats by post
References and further reading
Handling, releasing and keeping bats
Moral considerations
Adultstemporary debility or injury likely to heal
Permanent captives
Bat conservation trust - guidelines on bats in captivity
Insects and substitutes
Vitamins and minerals
Weaning and rearing orphaned bats
The role of a bat group
The bat conservation trust
Bats on the internet
Bats in the living area
General fear of bats
Damage to buildings
Transmission of disease
Interior design fora huge roost of (smelly) bats
Legal position (simplified)
Outside the breeding season
Insects in droppings
Speciesnumber of roosts
Summary – exclusion of bats
Summary – visit to householders who have discovered bats
Security alarm systems in buildings
Timber treatment, pest control
During breeding season
If bats are torpid
Fungicidescommon name
If bats are active
Outside breeding season
Fusible link shutters
Case study - window and lintel replacement
Case study - roof refurbishment
Case study – timber treatment and roof renovation
Excessive disturbance
Destruction, maintenance or change of use
Chapter 11 conserving and creating bat roosts112figure 11.1
Grade b sites without protection.
Grade 4 (many sites)
Grade 1 (fewer than 10 sites)
Railway tunnel enhancement
Cave construction
Manipulation of airflow and temperature
Reopening of blocked sites
Provision of additional roosting points
Chapter 11 conserving and creating bat roosts122figure 11.5
Figure 11.5 (continued)
Converting a pillbox for bats
Bat conservation code
Wildlife and countryside act 1981 &
Tree preservation orders
Maintaining roosts
Creating roosts
Case histories of bridge maintenance works
Examples of roost creation within bridges
Appendix 1140figure a1.1
Appendix 1142figure a1.1
Appendix 3 9
Grid reference.
Biological records centre single species card
Monitoring methods
Hibernation counts
Bat speciessc
Appendix 4150participation and experience required
A selected bibliography
A european bats – identification,
C children’s books
Appendix 5154d journals, magazines and newsletters
Bat research news
Useful names and addresses
The environment and heritage service
Department for environment, food and rural
Non governmental organisations
National association of mining history
The national trust
Subterranea britannica
Equipment suppliers
Pettersson elektronik ab
Bernies cafe and caving supplies
Watkins and doncaster
Holohil systems ltd
Titley electronics
Jacobi jayne & co
Mealwormslive foods direct ltd
Bat workers training syllabus
Circumstances requiring consultation
Licensinglicensable activities
Appendix 7164other licences
Bat biology and ecology
Basic ecology
Bat conservation
Persecution and intolerance
Presenting bats to the public
Safety underground
Appendix 7168training checklist
Model risk assessment for entry into disused mines (cont)
Model risk assessment for initial entry into derelict and dilapidated buildings and structures
Model risk assessment for initial entry into derelict and dilapidated buildings and structures (cont)
Model risk assessment for entry into confined spaces
Model risk assessment for entry into confined spaces (cont)
Health and safety at work etc act 1974
Health and safety legislation
The carriage of dangerous goods
References legislation
Appendix 9178for laboratory use only



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