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Derbyshire Bat Group
Registered charity working across Derbyshire to conserve & protect its bats and their environment. Helpline: 0345 1300 228.
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Steve Roe Sep 15
The four-strong team who this evening recorded the first autumn swarming site in ! 🦇🦇🦇🍂🍁
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Suzie Sep 15
bat walk a great success, 40 plus people and 5 bat species. Thank you to all who attended..
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Clare Lusher Ⓥ Sep 15
On a bat walk with in Alvaston Park tonight. So far we've picked up Daubentons, Common Pipistrelle and Sopranos. 😊🦇
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Derby Parks Sep 15
Join , Alvaston Park Friends & Derby Parks tonight to find out about the wonders of bats that live around Alvaston Park lake & the River Derwent. Meet at Alvaston Park pavilion - 7pm (15/09/18). Please wear suitable clothing & footwear!
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BatConservationTrust Sep 15
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Alan Roe Sep 14
Some of the 47 soprano pipistrelles in the chapel ⁦⁦⁩ last night, light sampling before emerging. Notice how individual peak frequencies vary between 53 & 61 kHz to avoid “jamming” each other. Incredible sight. ⁦
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Tom Bennett Sep 14
Another Nathusius Pipistrelle for as part of the National Nathusius Project with . Photo taken under license of a Male Nathusius in prime breeding condition.
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BatConservationTrust Sep 8
This years Kate Barlow award winner Laura Pulscher from To support the award please donate to marathon fundraiser
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Derbyshire Bat Group Sep 8
Helen’s findings have revealed that Bechstein’s predate on at least 119 different inveterate species!
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Derbyshire Bat Group Sep 8
A sobering number. points out that 80% of species worldwide need conservation attention 🌎 ⚠️
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Lisa Worledge Sep 8
The keynote speaker is Dr Winifred Frick, Director of Science at speaking on the challenges & opportunities of global bat conservation
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Derbyshire Bat Group Sep 8
The 2018 is starting it’s first session of talks
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Derbyshire Bat Group Sep 7
They will be able to talk things through on the phone first and give you a quote for any work required
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Derbyshire Bat Group Sep 7
Best thing is to appoint a consultant ecologist for professional advice, you can find your nearest here:
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BatConservationTrust Sep 6
The National Bat Conference is on this weekend. Over 350 bat enthusiasts will be gathering to hear about the latest research while catching up with old and new friends from the bat world.
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Derbyshire Bat Group Sep 6
Our new website is here! Take a look and let us know what you think: 🌐
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South Derbyshire DC Sep 6
🦇Join us for a guided walk around , led by . 🔎Using our detectors, you'll be able to catch a glimpse of the nine species that reside at . 🗓️Tuesday, September 25 🕡6:30pm - 8:30pm
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Lisa Worledge Sep 5
Great interview by of on this morning! Catch-up with it via (Steve was on just after 7am and again just after 8am)
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BatConservationTrust Sep 4
To find out more about and get involved check out their new website There are local bat groups across the UK, find yours here:
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BatConservationTrust Sep 4
Great to hear from on this morning talking about bats and the fact that bats have been recorded across Derby city. 10 species in total
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