Monthly Archives: May 2020

More bat records

With lock down making group events out of the question, more of the bat group have been suing the easing of restrictions to  take their bat detectors for walks , so we have been getting more data, including GPS locations. … Continue reading

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Metal Bat

An unexpected consequence of the lock down is that some talented people have used the  time to produce impressive craft. This appeared on the Bedfordshire Bat Group Facebook page This was posted by Mark Chapman” My cousin.Micheal North makes things … Continue reading

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Another Zoom meeting

Photo Sara Miller Bob did a talk on hibernation  with particular emphasis on Whipsnade for members on Thursday, 22 of us tuned in. It would have been 23 but our Canadian emigre miscalculated time zone. With more people the practicality … Continue reading

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Bat group goes Zooming

Members have been suffering dreadful withdrawal symptoms during lock down. We’ve been working hard behind the scenes to set up Zoom sessions for members, Last night we held our first session – on Bat ID. A dozen brave souls popped … Continue reading

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Amazing photos of Brown Long Eared bat foraging on ground for St Martin’s flies

With so many people in lock down we have been getting more records of bats flying in gardens.  This was one from late April.It came with photos taken by Mark Bolton ,an experienced naturalist, who asked if we could identify … Continue reading

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