Monthly Archives: August 2013

Have harp trap will travel

Yesterday we  descended on Flitwick Moor to try to catch a female Natterer’s bat and radio tag it in order to try to locate roosts.. We did this last year at about the same time but fautly glue so the … Continue reading

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Further proof that bats don’t read books.

On Friday Bob did a roost visit to a house nestled in woodland. The people who had lived their chose it because of its proximity to the natural world. Only some of the natural world had moved in and they … Continue reading

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Serotine Roost

The bat group were really sorry to learn that the owner of the serotine roost died lat year. Audrey loved hosting the bats and made us very welcome whenever we went round. The serotine roost was used in a PhD … Continue reading

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Another bat walk

Hedj and Kel were asked to do a bat walk by some friends as part of a birthday celebration. They got to eat a free meal before talking the guests out on a bat walk. Bats turned out on cue … Continue reading

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A happy postscript

Yesterday I told the happy tale of the release of a long term captive Noctule., and now more good news Late last night I got an e mail from the home owner who found her to say there had been … Continue reading

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A story with a happy ending.

Way back in the Winter we brought a very  underweight noctule into care.  She gave birth earlier this year and Simon has been caring for both of them. Mum got very podgy and was not keen to fly. So she … Continue reading

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