Soprano pipistrelle bat in the Netherlands

This video is about emerging Common Long Eared Bats from a single (wide) chambered bat house in the Netherlands.

More about Dutch long eared bats: here.

8 August 2008.

A soprano pipistrelle bat has been recorded near Leersum, the Netherlands. This is the first Dutch record for that species.

See also here.

Bat excursions in the Netherlands: here.

Bats in Westerbork, the Netherlands: here.

Surrey bat survey finds Natterer’s, Noctule, Brown long-eared and Soprano pipistrelles: here.

The Berkeley bat house is an architect-designed home for bats – specifically soprano pipistrelle bats and Daubenton’s bats – set within the grounds of one of the most important foraging grounds for bats in London, the WWT London Wetlands Centre in Barnes. It’s hoped that the bat house will encourage two of the most prevalent species to roost at the site: here.

Rare barbastrelle bats spreading north – Colony discovered in Lincolnshire: here.

Ghost-faced bats in North America: here.

Smallest bats of the Americas: here.

Winged Superlatives: The Ancient and Modern Diversity of Bats: here.

Australia’s rarest mammal, the Christmas Island pipistrelle bat, is months away from extinction, and wildlife experts say the government is failing to take action that could save the species: here. And here.

May 2012. Failure to act quickly on evidence of rapid population decline has led to the first mammal extinction in Australia in the last 50 years, the Christmas Island Pipistrelle (Pipistrellus murrayi). The fate of another iconic species, the migratory Orange-bellied Parrot (Neophema chrysogaster), monitored intensively for over 20 years, hangs in the balance: here.

Thousands of common pipistrelles winter in Dutch Utrecht building: here. And here.

This is a video about nature in Leersum in 1957.

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