Bat to the future – A brown long-eared bat is one of the species the Bat Conservation Trust is looking to protect by encouraging architects to build new homes with bats in mind.
Ideal home for bats – Architect Charles Barclay designed this English summer house, which doubles as an ideal bat roost.
Designed to protect bats – The interior of the attic was constructed in accordance with English legislation which protects bats' roosts.
Common pipistrelle – The common pipistrelle is one of Britain's more common species, but they are only around 4cm in length with a 20 cm wingspan.
Home to roost – The Suffolk, England summer house where bats now roost and, at dusk, prey on insects flying above the lake.
Swoop to conquer – A single common pipistrelle can eat around 3,000 in one night.