Northumberland Bat Group is made up of a group of people of all ages and backgrounds, dedicated to the conservation of bats in the UK, but because of our location, we are particularly concerned with bats in the historic county of Northumberland, England.
We are an active group with talks, walks and ongoing projects happening all year round. If you would like to learn more about the Northumberland Bat Group - generally referred to as NBG, do read on and look at all of the pages of this website. We also have a Facebook page, full of pictures and up-to-date information.
If you would like to join NBG please use the CONTACT form on this website.
Once you have provided us with your email address and name, we will then add you to our email distribution list, so you will be first to find out about NBG events, but also events and news from the Bat Conservation Trust. You will also receive an email so that you may access the member's section of this website. Membership is free!
The Group’s operational area is the current boundary of Northumberland, Newcastle Upon Tyne and North Tyneside. To see where Northumberland is click on the map below.
If you have come to this website beacuse you have found a bat, or you need help with bats in your property, please call:
THE NATIONAL BAT HELP LINE: 0345 1300 228
(local rate charges) If your call is not answered, please leave a message and someone will return your call as soon as possible.
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