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Derbyshire Bat Group
Registered charity working across Derbyshire to conserve & protect its bats and their environment. Helpline: 0345 1300 228. Twitter Policy
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Sussex Bat Group Jun 16
The infamous Sussex Mouse-eared bat (with an appearance from our very own Tony Hutson) The last bat: the mystery of Britain’s most solitary animal
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Angela Mills Jun 16
What a fantastic day; so many gardeners asking how they can help by planting for nature. It's a privilege to be helping you on the stand. Looking forward to tomorrow :)
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BTO Jun 13
Today's 's report shows that both Serotine and Barbastelle Bats in the UK are now considered Vulnerable. In this blog, 's explains how the Brecks are an important area for these species:
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Derbyshire Bat Group Jun 13
Replying to @rebelrebel62
Most likely to be one of the two most common pipistrelle species, common or soprano pipistrelle. Good spot!
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Derbyshire Bat Group Jun 5
Colony of noctule back in residence at one of our bat box schemes
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Helen Hamilton Jun 5
Yes, mainly common pips, but also sopranos, ble, Myotis, noctule, and some mysterious calls... pip-ish but low. I will collate a bunch and circulate, eventually! Should get a few gaps filled this summer...
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Derbyshire Bat Group Jun 4
in trees, autumn swarming and bat project. volume 3 available now!
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Derbyshire Bat Group Jun 3
Pleasley Pit Nature day today 10 to 4 glue & glitter batty fun.
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Chris Packham Jun 1
Do you have bats roosting on your property ? Help monitor how the UK’s bats are faring by counting out your bats as they emerge at dusk . What better way to spend a summer evening ? This brown long-eared bat was taken by Hugh Clark
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Derbyshire Bat Group May 31
What have you been getting so far? Mainly pipistrelles? 🦇
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Derbyshire Bat Group May 31
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Derbyshire Bat Group May 31
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Helen Hamilton May 30
Quite excited - got noctule, a rarer , in my NW survey last night
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Derbyshire Bat Group May 31
Amazing!
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Jamie Jones May 28
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Derbyshire Bat Group May 28
Thanks so much for this! 🙏 Can’t wait to see the squares filling up and hitting the magic 75% of Derbyshire having had recorded in it.
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Helen Hamilton May 28
Collecting data for some of the gaps in NW 's with help from
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Alan Roe May 26
A soprano pipistrelle caught last night during the latest survey for the with . Sadly no Nathusius' this time though.
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Alan Roe May 26
A male Leisler’s bat found while checking bat boxes this morning with Findern Footpaths Group and
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Derbyshire Bat Group May 26
We led a walk for the general public last night. Four species including great views of foraging serotines
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