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Observed: 6th April 2011 By: sgwarnogsgwarnog’s reputation in Mammalssgwarnog’s reputation in Mammalssgwarnog’s reputation in Mammals

I doubt whether a picture of this quality will be sufficient for anyone to identify the species, but here goes. The first appearance of the year from our resident bats tonight.

Species interactions

No interactions present.


jccurd's picture

Well Done ...

... I'd say - no easy task to get a picture of anyone flying, let alone a bat at night.

Jonathan's picture

I agree. A great picture.

I agree. A great picture.

University of Edinburgh and Biodiversity Observatory (OU)

sgwarnog's picture

Picture and scale

Thanks everyone - here's a link to the full picture which gives a better sense of scale:

Peter H

moongirl01's picture

Just wanted to echo what

Just wanted to echo what others have said - what a great photo!

colhig17's picture

Pipistrelle seems most likely

The size and shape of the bat looks right.If you have a small colony under the weatherboards then pipistrelles are also the most likely candidates.


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Right shape and apparent shape for pipistrelle. Unusual to get colour on a flying bat picture, well done.

Graham Banwell

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