Texel island bats research


This is a serotine bat video.

On 9 August 2015, Ecomare museum on Texel in the Netherlands reported on bat research on the island.

Only one species, as far as they know, has colonies on Texel: the serotine bat. Serotine bats have been seen on all Dutch Wadden Sea islands; but only on Texel breeding colonies are known.

107 bats were counted during the 2015 Texel count; less than in other years.

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