Monthly Archives: August 2017

More Pinpoint Bat Results

The rainy weather gave us a chance to catch up on analysing sonograms generated for Pinpoint Bat. Like an escapee for a Monty Python sketch  ( I am of a certain age) we chanted ” Spam spam, spam” only in … Continue reading

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Felmersham – a second attempt

Working with the Wildlife Trust we tried a second visit this year to Felmersham, the first being rained off. It all started so well. Harp traps and chairs set up, we sat and waited for the first bats, munching biscuits … Continue reading

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Glad to be of service

We know a lot of people visit the site, but we don’t often get feedback. We have just received a really nice e mail from some-one who found a grounded bat, read our article 2011-7 What to with a grounded … Continue reading

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Ampthill Park Bat walks

We have done walks here for years but because August is peak trapping time we have only been able to manage one otrwo a season. So Bob offered to train some of the Ampthill Friends to lead walks. They have … Continue reading

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Another Nathusius site

We have trapped at Harrold Odell six times over the past few years ever since Kel got a probable Nathuisius on an NBMP susrvey, It was a short call and we couldn’t be sure it wasn’t just a common pip … Continue reading

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A new Nathusius site

We have been part of the National Nathiusius project since it began. Many groups are finding many bats. We have not been so lucky and catch only 2 or 3 a year. Last week we joined the Widlife Trust on … Continue reading

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