Bat research in the Netherlands


This video from the USA says about itself:

3 July 2013

Bat biologist Dr. DeeAnn Reeder gives a quick lesson on bat physiology and anatomy.

In 2013 and 2014, there was bat research in gardens in Utrecht city, Wageningen town and Wijchen town in the Netherlands.

It turned out bats were more common in built up areas than expected.

Common noctules and Nathusius’s pipistrelles turned out to occur in nearly all gardens, even in city centers.

Also rare species turned out to live in urban environments; including soprano pipistrelle, lesser noctule, and parti-coloured bat.

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