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.

Diaemus-youngi-vampire.jpg
Diaemus-youngi-vampire.jpg
Photo Jude Hirstwood The white winged vampire bat. This one was living in the hollow trunk of a huge kapok tree.
Diaemus-youngii-(3).jpg
Diaemus-youngii-(3).jpg
Photo Jude Hirstwood
Diaemus-youngi-vampire2.jpg
Diaemus-youngi-vampire2.jpg
Photo Jude Hirstwood
Glossophaga-soricina-(3).jpg
Glossophaga-soricina-(3).jpg
Photo Jude Hirstwood
Molossus-molossus-(5).jpg
Molossus-molossus-(5).jpg
Photo Jude Hirstwood
Molossus-molossus-(8).jpg
Molossus-molossus-(8).jpg
Photo Jude Hirstwood
Platyrrhinus-helleri-(1).jpg
Platyrrhinus-helleri-(1).jpg
Photo Jude Hirstwood
Platyrrhinus-helleri-(2).jpg
Platyrrhinus-helleri-(2).jpg
Photo Jude Hirstwood
Pteronotus-parnellii-(1).jpg
Pteronotus-parnellii-(1).jpg
Photo Jude Hirstwood
Pteronotus-parnellii-(2).jpg
Pteronotus-parnellii-(2).jpg
Photo Jude Hirstwood
Pteronotus-perspiculata-(7).jpg
Pteronotus-perspiculata-(7).jpg
Photo Jude Hirstwood
Pteronotus-perspiculata-(9).jpg
Pteronotus-perspiculata-(9).jpg
Photo Jude Hirstwood
Saccopteryx-bilineata-(2).jpg
Saccopteryx-bilineata-(2).jpg
Photo Jude Hirstwood
silk-cotton-tree.jpg
silk-cotton-tree.jpg
Photo Jude Hirstwood. The hollow trunk of this tree was home to a whole range of bats including white winged vampires.
Sturnia-tildae-(1).jpg
Sturnia-tildae-(1).jpg
Photo Jude Hirstwood

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