BLE News 
'Bat Species of the Year 2024-25' - BatLife Europe's Partner Organisations have been tasked with choosing the next Bat of the Year species. The shortlisted species are: the Northern bat, the Greater Mouse-eared bat, and the Alcathoe bat. Several of our partner organisations are holding public votes, so see if you can get invloved and vote for your favourite species. You can find your country's partner organisation on our partners page. We will announce the winning species in January 2024. 
Noctule Count - BatLife Europe has launched our Noctule Count, a Europe-wide survey of the common noctule (Nyctalus noctula). We'd love to make this project a success, so please help us by taking part. Please view the Noctule Count flyer for more informtaion, or visit our Noctule Count page.  
Working together for bats and people 
Bats are fascinating animals, appreciated and enjoyed by many thousands of people. Across Europe we are fortunate to have 45 different species. Globally, bats account for almost a fifth of all mammal species and play a crucial role in our natural environment. 
Sadly, many of our European bat species are under threat, and some have already become extinct in certain countries.  
BatLife Europe believes that by working together, we can conserve bats and their habitats more effectively, for people to enjoy well into the future. We hope you enjoy exploring the rest of our website to find out more about these amazing creatures and how BatLife Europe is aiming to help. 
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