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202 views
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brown long eared bat202 views
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Brown long eared bat193 views
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Brown long eared bat182 views
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juv pipistrelle235 views
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juv pipistrelle241 views
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Juv whiskered or Brandts bat242 viewsShowing the still ring like not fully formed joints that can be used to confirm a bat is a juvenile
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Wing detail of a whiskered bat245 views
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Wing detail of a whickered bat240 views
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Baby pipistrelle242 views
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Baby pipistrelle 246 viewsbeing hand fed by local experts Gail Armstrong and Jo Gregory.
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Noctule bat270 views
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Pipistrelle277 views
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Pipistrelle246 views Taking a rest while getting some flying exercise to strenghen up for hopeful release.


Being cared for expertly by Gail Armstrong (www.batlady.co.uk )
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Pipistrelle260 viewsan Injured one that is being cared for by the batlady Gail Armstrong.
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Whiskered bat242 viewsAn injured bat tat can not be release, this bat is always angry!

Being cared for expertly by Gail Armstrong (www.batlady.co.uk )
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Pipistrelle306 views
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getting better269 views
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Noctule Bat286 viewsFirst attempts at bat photography- they are fast little blighter's!!

Taken At RSPB Leighton Moss. 30th May 2008
 
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