Before contacting us, why not look at the Frequently Asked Questions to see if your query is answered there.
If you would like to become a member please download an application form, fill it in and return it to us.
For general enquiries contact:
If you would like a bat walk or talk, email:
For queries about membership, or to request a membership form, email:
For queries about this website, email:
To report bat sightings or for formal searches of records of bats in our area contact the
Warwickshire Biological Records Centre or
If you have found a grounded/injured bat please contact the BCT helpline on 0345 1300 228.
You can also check out the BCT's
online guide for bat finders.
If you need advice about bats in a property you can find out more at the BCT's website.
The National Bat Helpline never charges up front for the help they give bat finders. However,
they do ask that people who use their service make a donation if they are able. You can
donate via their bat care
JustGiving page, or email
firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about
other ways to give.
If you want the services of a professional ecologist, there is a list of qualified professionals available from the Institute of Ecology Environmental Management.
(Although some of the Warwickshire Bat Group's members are professional ecologists, it is the Group's policy not to make recommendations of any individuals.)