Bats in Friesland, the Netherlands


This video from The Netherlands says about itself:

After sunset, the common noctules leave their home.

Ecologists from Friesland in the Netherlands report about bats in the north east of that province.

Six bat species were found.

They were (in order of numbers, with the most common species first): common pipistrelle, Nathusius’ pipistrelle, serotine bat, common noctule bat, Daubenton’s bat and particoloured bat.

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