RARE bats thought to be  threatened by windfarms are much more common in southern Scotland than had been previously thought.



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Kim Terry · October 8, 2017 at 8:39 am

It doesn’t really matter to the SNP how many rare bats there are. They seem to ignore the plight of wildlife in all cases. How many protected species (or supposedly protected) have been forgotten about already? We had a large number of bats in our garden until the wind farms went up around us and now we have none. I am not saying it is because of the wind farms but it has to be brought into question.

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