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Natural England 12 Dec 17
Rare found in for the first time in 50 years
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Sophie 9 Apr 19
Replying to @CraftyFee
Video of the barbastelle roost I discovered in a sessile oak tree damaged by a frost crack. 🦇 🌿
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Natural England 12 Dec 17
Here's a link that now works for this great story about returning to the city
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Notts Bat Group 13 Sep 16
A new bat species for the city of Nottingham
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🦇 James Shipman 🌲 3 Mar 18
When you rarely look after in anymore and when you brave the roads to collect one it turns out to be this 👇
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Woodland Trust🌳 8 Feb 14
What do these rare bats have in common? will decimate their habitat
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Natural England 12 Dec 17
Apologies to everyone who may have clicked on the link and unable to find the right page. This story was accidentally published a little early and we were so keen to spread the word we shared a tweet. The story has been taken down but it's still good news for
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Richard Beason 9 Aug 18
Excited to have found my first ever recording of a from (17/04/18), another scarce species present .
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BHL 29 Aug 18
Barbastelle Bat (Barbastella barbastellus). from James Sowerby, The British Miscellany, Vols. 1 and 2 (1806). Contributed for digitization in by : --
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Woodland Trust🌳 27 Dec 18
bats are commonly found within any splits of a or behind loose areas of bark. They have a distinctive ‘pug-like’ appearance because of an upturned nose and are fast, agile flyers and specialist foragers in a variety of
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Susannah O'Riordan Jul 21
288 breeze blocks and a ton of sand arriving for building pillars in bomb shelters at in creating more places for and other bats to roost overwinter
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Herts Wildlife Trust Oct 1
🦇 🦇 BREAKING 🦇 🦇 We found one of Britain's largest bat colonies with at least 90 individuals just outside ! 🥳🥳 Read more 👉 📸 Sarah Miller | Herts & Middx Bat Group
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National Lottery Heritage Fund London & South 12 Dec 17
Fantastic news in the today - one of Europe's rarest mammals, the bat, has been identified in -funded Hainault Forest - the bat hasn't been recorded in London since the 1950s!
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Dr Kim Wallis Aug 13
Nom nom nom 😋 Little pug face was hungry 😍
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🦇 James Shipman 🌲 30 Jan 19
Ooooo I think I recognise that particular is this the one we caught?? 😀🦇 let me know if you want time to catch anymore for you 😂😬
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Daniel Lewanzik 14 Mar 18
If you dont want to read the entire paper () but rather an easy digest on how trick eared ... there you go: Many thanks and !
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Epping Forest 11 Sep 14
Look what we found on our licenced bat survey, tues night! Rarest known bat on EF!
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Notts Bat Group 21 Apr 18
Great talk by @FidoBatDog on the funded Nottinghamshire Barbastelle Project at
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NE_Thames 12 Dec 17
Link now live!! Rare found living in for the first time in 50 years - Forest Country Park
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People's Trust for Endangered Species Jul 11
We're very pleased to announce that we've been able to provide Jim with one of our UK grants to begin his project monitoring tree roosts for our most threatened bats, ’s and : 🦇
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