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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,

Dormice and Planning Dormice are recognisable for their bright golden colour and thick furry tails. They are nocturnal and are commonly found in woodland and hedgerows, favouring coppiced woodland with hazel. These habitats provide a varied diet throughout the year and allow the dormice to move through the trees as they seem to avoid travelling over open ground. dormice, surveys,

National Park Management Plan 2020-24 The National Park Authority is reviewing the current National Park Management Plan (2015-2019) in line with an engagement strategy approved by the National Park Authority on 20th June 2018. The closing date for comments is 5pm, Friday 4th January 2019. management, plan, 2020-24, consultation, survey, opportunities, challenges,

Otters and Planning Otters are semi aquatic, living mainly along rivers and are fairly shy, solitary animals, most active around dusk and into the night. Otter numbers were in severe decline due in part to habitat loss and as a result of poor water quality but as conservation measures have taken hold population numbers are recovering otters, surveys,

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,