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Gone batty: The results of a bat conservation study were released last week by Dr Liam Lysaght, director of the National Biodiversity Centre in Co Waterford.

29th January, 2012
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Ireland could be a haven for bats.

Gone batty

The results of a bat conservation study were released last week by Dr Liam Lysaght, director of the National Biodiversity Centre in Co Waterford. Overall, the Landscape Conservation for Irish Bats report shows that Ireland has the potential to be a bat-friendly place, with suitable habitat and roosting sites for this misunderstood creature of the night which is found throughout the country.

Still, efforts must be made to maintain their populations in these...

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