Bedfordshire Bat Group Photo gallery.

Created February 2011

Now I have got the basic website up and running, I will  gradually be be moving some of the  photo galleries onto wordpress . Eventually I will embed galleries on the relevant pages where they exist.

hibernating-daubenton-2.jpg
hibernating-daubenton-2.jpg
Daubenton's bat hibernating on a wall
HIbernating-dabuenton's bat feet
HIbernating-dabuenton's bat feet
Photo Tony Aldhous
Natterer's hibernating.jpg
Natterer's hibernating.jpg
Photo Bob Cornes
Barbastelle-hanging Mk.jpg
Barbastelle-hanging Mk.jpg
Mark Telfer took this photo of a barbastelle who thought it was a horseshoes, hanging by its feet
Brown-Long-eared-Bat.jpg
Brown-Long-eared-Bat.jpg
Mark Telfer took this photo of a brown long eared bat in January 2012
Natterer's-headstand.jpg
Natterer's-headstand.jpg
Frosty-BLE-Front-crop.jpg
Frosty-BLE-Front-crop.jpg
The frosty bat taken from the other side. Daniel Fellman
Buttoned-Snout-det-AM-Banthorpe.jpg
Buttoned-Snout-det-AM-Banthorpe.jpg
Buttoned snout bat found on the January 2012 hibernation check.
hibernating-bat-foot.jpg
hibernating-bat-foot.jpg
Sometimes you have to look very closely to see any sign of a bat at all
Hibernating myotis cro-dhp.jpg
Hibernating myotis cro-dhp.jpg
This close up of a hibernating Natterer's was taken by Daniel Hargreaves
Natterers-Bat-sleeping-hammock-fashion.jpg
Natterers-Bat-sleeping-hammock-fashion.jpg
Photo Mark Telfer
hibernating daubenton-crop-2.jpg
hibernating daubenton-crop-2.jpg
Hibernating Daubenton's bat with condensation on its back
Natterer's on its back
Natterer's on its back
Photo by Daniel Hargreaves
hibernating-daubenton
hibernating-daubenton
A Daubenton's bat covered in condensation
Natterers-Nose.jpg
Natterers-Nose.jpg
Photo Danny Fellman
Barbastelle-032.jpg
Barbastelle-032.jpg
This barbastelle has adopted a more usual position hidden in a crevice. Ppto Mark Tellfer
hibernating-Natterer's-bat-.jpg
hibernating-Natterer's-bat-.jpg
Natterer's are famous for adopting sily postures when hibernating
five-bats-in-a-bat-brick.jpg
five-bats-in-a-bat-brick.jpg
A number of hibernation sites have bat bricks in them. They prove popular with bats. Photo Bob Cornes
brown-long-eared-bat-hiberna.jpg
brown-long-eared-bat-hiberna.jpg
Brown long eared bats tuck their ears under their wing.What looks like ears are in fact the tragus
daubenton jonathancrop.jpg
daubenton jonathancrop.jpg
Jonathan Durward took this photo of a Daubenton's bat appraently doing a headstand. We expect opdd postures from a Natterer's bat, but this is more unusal
Frosty-BLEcrop.jpg
Frosty-BLEcrop.jpg
On a very cold day in February 2012 Danny Fellman took this picture of a frost covered brown long eared bat
Herald-moth.jpg
Herald-moth.jpg
Herald moths are often found in bat hibernation sites. Photo Mark Tefler

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