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Woodland & Wildlife - Sedgefield 22h
Members of Durham Bat Group joined up with the W&W volunteers last night. It was an interesting evening we sighted and detected Common Pipistrelles and Noctules. Many thanks DBG!
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BristolBatRescue Jul 17
Charley passed on our Leisler's pups to Sam at the North Devon flight cage this morning, so they can learn to fly and forage on the wing! Lupin, Hades, Marceline and Diego 🦇🦇🦇🦇 .
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James Bellingham Jul 19
Brown Long Eared bat taking to the wing filmed in slow motion. Bats are being monitored under licence in
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SCB Jul 15
Scientists recently reported that, in addition to milk, Pallas’ long-tongued bat mothers feed their pups regurgitated nectar. This is the first evidence for mouth-to-mouth feeding in nectar !
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Thaddeus Brink Jul 14
This sculpture outside of the Mystery Cave Visitor Center is a good reminder that are good for a healthy ecosystem and we need to help them out. The wall of the building, unsurprisingly, is made out of the limestone from nearby.
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ANHS Jul 18
It's a great time of year to see , you don't even have to wait for it to go dark. We have several species on including the tiny pipistrelle and brown long eared bat.
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Regent's Canal Living Waterway Jul 12
Look forward to seeing you at ‘Regent’s Canal~unnatural river’ an exhibition looking at the waterway through the eyes of six artists. 7pm Tues 23rd July Towpath walks on and later in week. Part of week
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Alison Howell Jul 16
The pups (young bats) we rescued yesterday from inside our office at Foot Trails HQ are being cared for by bat experts and are doing well. They weigh just 3.3 grams each! They will ensure the bats can fly and have been fed before being released into the wild.
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🎃  ᴛʜᴇ ᴢᴏᴍʙɪᴇ ǫᴜᴇᴇɴ  🎃 57m
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Liceth M. Suárez Jul 12
Bats (Glossophaga soricina) regurgitate nectar for their babies—a new discovery
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BristolBatRescue Jul 15
Two of our first pups Ara and Gemini have moved down to the flight cage in North Devon. Gemini is very happy about this🦇🦇
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Liceth M. Suárez 22m
Green eared blue bat into the flowers. July 21st, 2019. Learning how to use watercolors part II 😊
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Austin Bat Refuge Jul 14
Sky pup, you sure caused a stir at the bridge last night. The crowd parted as you strolled up the trail to our info table. So, now you’ve got the walking thing down, how ‘bout flying next?
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iNaturalist Jul 13
iNat user javierojeda photographed these Mexican Free-tailed chilling in a nest - it's our Observation of the Day! More details at:
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MZ TIGGA (DAT HEAT RADIO) 1h
I got tickets for my BIG ASS BIRTHDAY PARTY at POP'S Oh yea I'm performing😘
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Fiona Mathews 12h
My happy workers all ready for another day of hunting for and sites.
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🖤Krissy 18h
I just bought my first Halloween candy of the year. My world is happy
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MariaMN 3h
I'm so happy to be part of this amazing team from . Enjoy our second chapter from our documental series. Thanks a lot to the team members Xavi Puig-Montserrat to show me fascinating world of
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Sarah Kulenski Jul 19
Focals, focals, and more focals! Enjoying my days with the . One perk of studying the females is I get to see their pups!
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Tricia Petrie 22h
Two nights we've seen flying in our back garden. Happy
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