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Bats not in the bellfry, but in the bell

Here are some (Brigitte thinks) Gould’s long-eared bats (Nyctophilus gouldi). Unlike flying foxes who squeal a lot, microbats are secretive and quiet. They like to roost in snug places where they can get in close together. These are likely to … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas … and a batty New Year!

My friend Cath has a squadron (is that the collective noun?) of microbats under her house. There must have been a couple hundred of these little cuties all snuggled up together. I admit ignorance of the species – there are … Continue reading

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