Derelict stables revamped as maternity unit for rare bats

Derelict stables at secret Sussex location will be revamped to house greater horseshoe bats

Rare bats that are breeding in south-east England for the first time in a century will be encouraged to rear their young in an innovative maternity unit – a tumbledown stable block.

The derelict stables at a secret location in Sussex will next month be purchased for greater horseshoe bats by the Vincent Wildlife Trust and Sussex Bat Group after the endangered species was discovered breeding in region after a 100-year absence.

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