Why two recent prosecutions have sparked concern over bat crime penalties

Crimes against bats are the second most common wildlife crime. Catherine Early investigates campaigners’ concerns that penalties are not strong enough to discourage some developers from carrying out unlicenced work on their sites after bats were found to be present

by Catherine Early
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