This is a repeat survey from 2017 where we found 3 species of bats but surprisingly no activity over the water bodies where we would expect Daubenton’s bat to be active. The eather was not ideal in 2017 and hopefully we will be blessed with better see what bats are suing the site. Meet at the Forest gate at SE 8006 9636 at 19.30hrs.
This visit will be from Whitby with ‘Whitby Whale Watching’ (www.whitbywhalewatching.net). It is usually a 4hr trip. Details of costs etc are on the web site.
Between Rob Stark and Nick Gibbons we will arrange lifts to Whitby, taking as few cars as necessary. It will be the individual’s responsibility for booking and paying for the trip but we will coordinate lifts, times etc. and ensure the day runs smoothly.
Please contact Rob Stark or Nick Gibbons if you are interested
Talk by Richard Baines.
Meet 10.00am at the Forest drive barrier at Pickering end.
Nick Gibbons will talk about the project in Cameroon to save some pristine rain forest and the endemic plants and animals that live there.
Note that this is the FIRST TUESDAY of the month.
A chance to see what everyone was doing in 2018. A few informal presentations and a chance for everyone to discuss your outstanding thoughts for the last year.
We will be doing a bat hibernation survey on the tunnel. It is likely to be cold and also wet underfoot so warm clothes and stout footwear essential. You will also need a good torch.
Meet at the NT visitor Center park at 10.00am.