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.

icehouse
icehouse
Icehouse (M) 2011 (3)300.jpg
Icehouse (M) 2011 (3)300.jpg
This icehouse has recently been restored
Checking an icehouse for bats
Checking an icehouse for bats
cellar.JPG
cellar.JPG
This is a new site for us in 2012 and had bats in it
Linslade cellar
Linslade cellar
This cellar was often a home to bats, but we ca no longer check it folowing a labndslip which closed off the entrance
Linslade-
Linslade-
An earth slip means that we can no longer get acess to the cellar, but there are still spaces for bats to get in
Woburn icehouse
Woburn icehouse
icehouse-
icehouse-
icehouse-1.jpg
icehouse-1.jpg
aspleyguise3.jpg
aspleyguise3.jpg
inside the purpose built Aspley Guise hibernaculum
aspley-guise-2.jpg
aspley-guise-2.jpg
It is not easy to get into the Aspley Guise hibernaculum
aspley-guise.
aspley-guise.
This hibernation site was built by bat group members in Aspley Guise. It is now being regularly used by bats.
tunnel.jpg
tunnel.jpg
tiger dell hibernaculum 1.jpg
tiger dell hibernaculum 1.jpg
Luton-Hoo
Luton-Hoo
This purpose built hibernaculum rapidly proved itself popular with bats and is also an autumn swarming site. There is no public access to this site.
looking-for-bats.jpg
looking-for-bats.jpg
It can be hard to spot bats in the roof of an icehouse

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