Monthly Archives: March 2014

Another roost hunt

  On a crisp Sunday morning, Bob, Bob and Judith ventured into Kings Wood and checked a small area for potential roosts They found seventeen potential roosts, all of them in oak trees. The plan is to go back later … Continue reading

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Spring is coming

    It is officially Spring. Birds are singing, flowers are blooming and bat group members are getting excited about the new season. Kit is being dusted down, checked  and given new batteries. The Bat group funds (which come largely … Continue reading

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Bat talk at Larkrise Academy

Today we headed off to Larkrise Academy in Dunstable and did three assemblies in which we talked about bats to over 200 children. The children were very well behaved and they had some good questions to ask. One of the … Continue reading

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Catch up

It has been very quiet here for ten days, but only because Jude who writes this blog and Bob have been off batting in Trinidad, along with Jonathan. We got back yesterday to a busy inbox. The bats are beginning … Continue reading

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