Monthly Archives: March 2013

New season about to start

With the snow still on the ground it is hard to imagine that the bat season is about to start. I don’t think we will be seeing many bats when we go to Stockgrove on Monday, but am checking equipment … Continue reading

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Viv Heys BEM

We are so proud to be able to announce that Bat Group memberĀ  Viv Heys had been awarded the British Empire Medal for her work at the Royal Veterinary College. Two of us had been invited as her guests but … Continue reading

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New born noctule update

I have now had a chance to talk to Simon who is looking after our new arivel. He arrived in the world weighing a very low 1g but is now nearer 7g. Simon has posted a video of him on … Continue reading

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While I was away…

So while we were in Trinidad was everything quiet here? Well to be honest – far from it. If you remember last year we reported finding a noctule who we took into care over the winter . Originally underweight she … Continue reading

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The rest is silence

All will remain quiet on this blog for the next fortnight. Jude, the writer of this blog, is heading off to Trinidad with the Trinibats team along with 3 other members of the bat group with a number of other … Continue reading

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Looking for bat roosts at Harrold Odell Country Park

On a bracingly cold day , some of the group headed off to look for potential roosts at Harrold Odell Country Park< There has been quite a bit of tree clearance since we were last there and in the morning … Continue reading

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