Save Bats & their Habitats from Western Link Road

by Wild Wings Ecology in Norwich, England, United Kingdom

£11,107

raised of £49,880 target
346
supporters
22% 7 days left
Flexible funding – this project will receive all pledges made by 7th April 2020 at 7:31pm

Help fund an independent study to gather evidence for protection of rare bats and their woodland habitats from the Norwich Western Link road

by Wild Wings Ecology in Norwich, England, United Kingdom

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Paul Day 27th March 2020

All of these infrastructure projects treat wildlife and the environment as a bit of a nuiscance to their constructions, this cannot be allowed.

Robert Mackenzie 22nd March 2020

You have my full admiration for what you are doing to help these gentle creatures and draw our attention to the criminal destruction of nature happening on our doorstep. Maybe we could invite some MPs to join the survey?

William Taylor 22nd March 2020

This kind of low level corruption must be stopped. How can we even comment on others wrecking habitats- yes Brazil and Sumatra I'm talking to you when we are busy doing the same. See Amey in Sheffield v/s trees.

ro88ies 22nd March 2020

Good luck Lottie. Happy to volunteer my time this summer if you need some extra support. Just send me a FB chat message.

Sophia Hale-Sutton 21st March 2020

Shocked to read in the Guardian that the environmental impact report had been 'doctored' by consultants before being passed to Norfolk County Council to remove information about the threats to these bats of the proposed new stretch of the A47.

Martin Ilett 21st March 2020

The more I hear about the scheme the worse it sounds. I took part in the consultation last year and found it was steered towards a variation of the road scheme with no real alternative.

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£20 or more

£20 Reward

Be part of the project! Updates on activities and findings.

£50 or more

£50 Reward

Invitation to a presentation evening about the project and updates on activities and findings.

£75 or more

2 of 60 claimed

£75 Reward

Invitation to come on a bat walk (with the chance to hear bats through bat detectors) as well as an invitation to a presentation evening about the project and updates on activities and findings.

£350 or more

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£350 Reward

Invitation to join us on a night-time bat field trip, with the potential to see bats up close during the trapping survey, updates on activities and findings.

£500 or more

2 of 8 claimed

£500 Reward

Invitation to join us on a night-time bat field trip, with the potential to see bats up close during the trapping survey, as well as an invitation to a presentation evening about the project and an invitation to a bat walk (with the chance to hear bats through bat detectors), a signed sponsor certificate and sponsor named on projects outputs, updates on activities and findings.

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