Project collaborators

The Southern Scotland Bat Project is working with a wide range of organisations and local libraries to help promote the project and to host bat recording equipment.

The Bat Conservation Trust (BCT) is the leading NGO solely devoted to the conservation of bats and the landscapes on which they rely. BCT is providing advice and helping to support the project through promotion to local bat groups and supporters.
The National Trust for Scotland aims to save our nations heritage and open spaces. NTS is working closely with us to promote the project, and Threave / Threave Bat reserve and Culzean Castle and Country Park are hosting equipment and acting as "Bat Monitoring Centres" for the project.
Royal Society for the Protection of BirdsThe RSPB is working to secure a healthy environment for birds and all wildlife. Lochwinnoch RSPB Nature Reserve is hosting equipment and acting as a "Bat Monitoring Centre" for the project.
Local libraries offer so much more than just books, as this project demonstrates. Three local libraries in Dumfries and Galloway, Lockerbie, Newton Stewart and Stranraer libraries, are hosting equipment and acting as "Bat Monitoring Centres" for the project.
The Wildlife Information Centre (TWIC) is the Local Environmental Records Centre for the Lothians, Scottish Borders, Falkirk, Stirling and Clackmannanshire Council areas and part of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. TWIC is working with us to help promote the project and hosting equipment as a "Bat Monitoring Centre" for the project.
Buccleuch Rangers at Drumlanrig Castle are hosting equipment and acting as a "Bat Monitoring Centre" for the project.
Buccleuch Rangers at Bowhill House are hosting equipment and acting as a "Bat Monitoring Centre" for the project.
Cumnock library is one of six local libraries that are hosting equipment and acting as "Bat Monitoring Centres" for the project.
Biggar and Upper Clydesdale Museum is hosting equipment and acting as a "Bat Monitoring Centre" for the project.
Strathaven Library is one of six local libraries are hosting equipment and acting as "Bat Monitoring Centres" for the project.
The Scottish Deer Centre is hosting equipment and acting as "Bat Monitoring Centre" for the project.
The Scottish Wildlife Trust's Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre is hosting equipment and acting as a "Bat Monitoring Centre" for the project.
Scottish Ornithologists' Club (SOC) exists to promote the study, enjoyment and conservation of wild birds and their habitats across Scotland. The headquarters of the SOC in Aberlady is hosting equipment and acting as a "Bat Monitoring Centre" for the project.
Duns library is one of six local libraries that are hosting equipment and acting as "Bat Monitoring Centres" for the project.