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πŸ¦‡ Lizzie Vinson πŸ¦‡ 11 Apr 19
Just a sleepy bat having a yawn post feeding
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Evesham Bat Care Sep 22
Replying to @_BCT_ @gailbatlady
Absolutely thrilled to announce that our care slave won this from what an honour to carry on the
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NI Bat Group Aug 28
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Dr Kim Wallis 23 Sep 19
Progress! We have managed to take food from something other than my tweezers πŸ¦‡πŸ˜
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Gail Armstrong 6 Aug 17
After night practice in flight cage, juvenile come indoors for breakfast
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Abi Gray 28 Aug 19
Did no-one ever teach you not to talk with your mouth full?!
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Helen Towle 9 Aug 18
New lodger for a few days found initially at a home near Ambergate- @batconservationtrust
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Gail Armstrong 2 Oct 18
Just a eating his dinner in a . Only weighs 3.6g, he should be at least 5g approaching winter. I'm his best chance for survival but he's not a bit grateful
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Kit Stoner Apr 1
Don’t miss out on the last episode of the season! Latest is now out starring and our very own , both interviewed by .
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Dr Kim Wallis Aug 13
Nom nom nom πŸ˜‹ Little pug face was hungry 😍
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Naomi Davis Sep 22
Replying to @NaturNaomi
Gerald was NOT happy about being disturbed this morning!
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Dr Kim Wallis Oct 4
Living in the flight cage has done wonders for Mr ... check out that launch!! Reckon he’s ready for release when the weather plays nice
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Eco-explore 3 Mar 16
Emily helped to release a brown long-eared bat this evening
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NI Bat Group Sep 19
Happy from Larry - have a great weekend πŸ˜€ πŸ¦‡πŸ¦‡πŸ¦‡
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Dr. Chloe Robinson πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆπŸ§¬ 15 Sep 18
Released Theseus the pip this evening πŸ¦‡ Took a bit of persuasion but finally took off πŸ¦‡πŸ¦‡πŸ¦‡ *Bat handled by trained bat carer*
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The Bat Lab Aug 6
Strawberry, a Kuhl's pipistrelle, arrived to us from the wildlife hospital after she lost her ability to fly. Here you can see her enjoying a mealworm while being weighed (4.2 grams in case you were wondering). Video by
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Essex Bat Group Jun 20
Replying to @EssexBatGroup
There she goes πŸ˜ŠπŸ¦‡
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Dara McAnulty 6 Sep 17
Devastated to report that we lost our rescued bat. I'll have to update the blog πŸ˜” is not easy but my dad did all he could 😒
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NI Bat Group Sep 13
'Spike' was removed from a sticky fly trap πŸ˜” Thanks to Emma from NIEA and our ambulance driver Dee for getting him to our north west carer😊 After lots and lots of baths he's starting to look normal again... we love his spiky hair do πŸ¦‡
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Gail Armstrong 22 Nov 15
Possibly the best cake in the world .... thank you
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