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Woodland Bats

Earlier this summer we had the loan of a bat detector from the Devon Wildlife Trust, which was left in Treragin Wood for three days.  More regular readers will realise that Treragin is in Cornwall, but the Devon Greater Horseshoe Bat survey includes areas of East Cornwall close to known breeding sites, and we just

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Woodland Bats

I recently donated some spare floor insulation to Tony Atkinson of the Cornwall Bat Group.  Tony used to work for me, and still does occasional bat surveys for us.  This is relevant, because Tony uses the dense foam for making bat boxes, and finds they give much higher occupancy rates than more common timber designs. 

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