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Chance favours the prepared.

It’s a while since we did any radio tracking so when Chantal, who belongs to both the Beds and Herts and Middlesex Bat Groups asked if we would like to help with a project in Herts we were keen to … Continue reading

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It’s all gone quiet

Last week we got tags on two bats  Ampthill Park. Since then we have been hunting high and low for them over large areas of the countryside. We had thought the barbastelle might fly a considerable distance as juveniles tend … Continue reading

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The one that got away

Bob  and Phil spent half a day with a radio transmitter scouring Flitwick Moor and environs in the hunt for the Natterer’s bat tagged the night before. They located the signal on farmland near the Moor. With the permission of … Continue reading

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Natterer’s Bat radiotagged at Flitwick Moor

Flitwick Moor is one of the most atmospheric sites in Bedfordshire. Walk across the central drain and it is like going back into  primeval forest. I would never be surprised if a gigantic dragonfly flew past or a pterodactyl dive … Continue reading

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