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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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Alan Roe Dec 2
Bat boxes Elvaston Castle Country Park checked and cleaned today by . Over half used since last year. 22 bats including soprano pipistrelles, one Leisler’s and these noctules which had to be gently coaxed back in so that we could get the lid on!
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Suzie Dec 2
out at Elvaston today. Pips and Noctules already found.
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Debbie Alston Nov 26
Alan Roe from telling us what bat species we have in Derby City - past and present!
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Debbie Alston Nov 26
Steve Roe from talking about the new branding and their new website - check it out
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Alan Roe Nov 18
No bats recorded on the Anabat Express detector in south Derbyshire last night. Evening temperature lower than the previous few nights. Last few gone into ?
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Alan Roe Nov 17
Only six bat calls last night on the Anabat Express detector – 3 Myotis, 2 common pipistrelle and 1 soprano pipistrelle. What will tonight’s lower temperatures bring? Soon they will all be in .
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Butterfly Brothers Nov 17
Looking forward to hearing all the talks today at the Scottish Bat Conference in .
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Alan Roe Nov 16
52 bat calls recorded over our south Derbyshire garden by the Anabat Express last night. Mainly common pipistrelles with two soprano pipistrelles and two Myotis sp.
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Derbyshire Bat Group Nov 16
Thank you so much! That’s great
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Derbyshire Bat Group Nov 15
That’s a great late summer record . If you would please be able to fill out our form that would be ace! It’s been very mild lately so not surprising.
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Alan Roe Nov 15
More bat activity in south Derbyshire last night with the continuing mild weather. 23 bat calls detected on the Anabat Express detector. Common pipistrelles, soprano pipistrelles and Myotis.
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Lisa Worledge Nov 15
It’s not just as a national bat charity that has trustees but many bat groups are charities in their own right!
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Derbyshire Bat Group Nov 14
It’s - take a look at the fantastic people who give up their free time to ensure we meet our constitution & conserve ’s bats 🦇
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Alan Roe Nov 14
Batteries removed from the detectors for their winter hibernation. Apart from the Anabat Express which picked up 9 bat calls last night, including these Myotis & common pipistrelle with social calls around midnight. Not all of our bats are hibernating just yet...
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BatConservationTrust Nov 12
Its . Here are our 3 Partner Bat Group Nominated Trustees at the this weekend. from , Bob Cornes from Bedfordshire Bat Group & from Thank you for all the work you do! (Photo by )
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Emily Traynor Nov 4
Bat box checks at Hilton Gravel Pit We had Noctules and Natterer’s. 🦇🦇🦇
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Suzie Nov 4
Members of are checking our boxes at Hilton today and we have just found a cluster of 8 Noctules...
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Derbyshire Bat Group Nov 3
Yes there’s an option for unknown bat species 😀
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Steve Roe Nov 3
That’s a great record for this time of year given the lateness of the season! Would you be able to fill in our records form for us?
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Simon Bacon Nov 3
We saw bats in Derby Arboretum tonight at the Luminate lantern event.
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