A bat out of place Early one morning, a few weeks ago, a juvenile noctule bat was found beside a footpath by a member of the public. The bat … [Read more...] about The Return of the Noctule
What do ecologists do on a warm, calm evening in July? When conditions are perfect for bats but you haven’t got a bat survey booked in (and you … [Read more...] about Scouting for Bats!
Rethinking garden biodiversity part 2 When ecologists talk about relaxing in the garden, they often mean something quite different to other people. … [Read more...] about An ecologist’s garden
It is well known and accepted that volunteering is a large part of getting essential experience. Volunteering is a vital element for new starters to … [Read more...] about The value in volunteering
A couple of nights ago, I was sat watching a building in darkness during a bat survey. Despite the lack of natural light, I was able to see every … [Read more...] about Three cheers for infra red