Skip to comments.England right to ask if conservation measures have gone totally bats..? (shortened title)
Posted on 10/31/2011 3:06:16 PM PDT by sodpoodle
Millions are being spent on the latest conservation wheeze bat bridges, which enable the creatures to safely negotiate new roads like the last dualled section of the A11.
The Patons were told they could possibly leave two thirds of the roof for the bats, and convert the remaining third for themselves.
"Everywhere else in the English justice system there are checks and balances, theres always a right of appeal, but this is a complete closed shop."
Manchester Airport has had to build three large barns to accommodate thousands of Pipistrelle, Brown Long-eared and Brandts bats made homeless when it knocked down buildings to make way for a new runway.
Bats even blocked the Dale Farm eviction, when their droppings were found in a caravan on the site.
Ounce by ounce, pound for pound, bats probably have more money spent on them than species which are clinging on for survival, like the bittern, red squirrel or even the Atlantic salmon.
(Excerpt) Read more at northnorfolknews.co.uk ...
put up a few wind turbines
These IDIOTS keep voting in people that support this crap.
You get the government you deserve.
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