Kingsdon Big Bat Count - 30Aug22

A huge thank you for making us so welcome in Kingsdon!

A warm still night meant the eight teams recorded 128 bat flight records.
Common Pipistrelles were the most abundant, followed by Soprano (Pygmy) Pipistrelles.

A first quick analysis of the recordings shows:

  • Many of the Noctules are noise files. This is common as the Noctule echolocates at the lowest frequency.
  • A lesser horseshoe bat was recorded in the far north at the edge of the woods, and not ID'ed by the detector at the time. This has been uploaded to iNaturalist as a verifiable record

A big thank you to everyone who came out and made it such an enjoyable and well organised night!

Andy and Adel

Publicado el 31 de agosto de 2022 por somersetbatgroup somersetbatgroup


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