Monday, 13 April 2009


During a late night stroll along the Ock at about 9.30 and was treated to four or five bats (it was hard to count), judging by their flight pattern they are almost certainly Pipistrelles. These are the most common British Bat and have erratic in flight - darting and diving as it eats up to 4000 insects per night. But II can't determine if they were Common or Soprano pipistrelles - the two most widespread bats.

More bat information is available from the Bats Trust:

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