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Bats and Planning Bat populations have declined drastically in recent years, many of our bats are under threat and several are very rare. This decline is due to a range of factors including loss of roosting sites and foraging habitat and the fragmentation of commuting routes. bats, species, surveys,

Pembrokeshire Wildlife Meet some of the plants, animals, birds and marine creatures that call Pembrokeshire home wildlife, slugs, bumble, chough, bats, dormouse, dormice, skylark,

Protected Species A surprising number of unique species can be found in Pembrokeshire. Species commonly affected by planning applications in Pembrokeshire include species, bats, otters, dormouse,

Trigger List The following trigger list has been produced by the Bat Conservation Trust (BCT) in conjunction with the Association of Local Government Ecologist (ALGE) and lists common development situations where bats are likely to be found. bats, survey, ecologist,

Wildlife Explore the amazing wildlife that makes its home on the Pembrokeshire Coast - not forgetting the exciting array of seasonal wildlifewhich also loves to visit Pembrokeshire year after year. explore, wildlifeeals, bats, crabs, pond, dipping, rock, pooling, birds,

Wildlife at Carew Castle & Tidal Mill Famous for its role in history, Carew Castle is less well known - but just as important - for its wildlife. The Castle, grassland, Millpond and Mill Lane were designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) in recognition of this fact in 1995. carew, castle, tidal, mill, wildlife, bats, birds, plants,