Monthly Archives: April 2012
Headed off to Randall’s Farm yesterday to do a sonogram workshop for Bat Group members. Thanks to the farm for hosting us when we had a last minute change of venue. After a series of talks, people had a chance … Continue reading
Friday saw four of us going to a meeting of Luton Sight Concern’s Friday club. They had asked us to do a talk. This was the first talk I had ever done for a visually impaired group and I spent … Continue reading
Another talk last night, this time to another Luton Trefoil group. Two of those present had been at the talk we did at Slaughter’s Wood last year, and I was doing more or less the same talk, but they didn’t … Continue reading
We were invited to speak to sixty youngsters at Wootton Lower School who were doing a topic on animals and the night. We had a good time and were able to answer most of the questions they asked us. I … Continue reading
Regular readers may have noticed that the blog went quiet for a bit there. Four of us headed off to Trinidad on another Trinibats adventure – of which doubtless more later. In the meantime, Daniel Hargreaves managed to get some … Continue reading
Had a very successful AGM. Amtony Mould scared us to death with his tales of bat expeditions in Tasmania and the Philippines which basically consisted of “we waded upstream for 3 hours and climbed into mountains for another 6 hours … Continue reading
2011 and 2012 were designated the Year of the Bat The organisers have just produced this lovely poster.