Earth Notes: Bats Around our Home aka 16WWUpdated 2021-04-03 12:13 GMT.
By Damon Hart-Davis.
Cheat podcast episode! Bats on the Hogmill River a few minutes' walk away:
Notes on Bats at 16WW
A few minutes' walk away at the Hogsmill River is a veritable bat party feast, with other species such as Natterer's and Daubenton's in the mix.
The cemetery just over the road from 16WW also seems to host at the very least a crowd of pipistrelles (common and soprano).
It's all go round here!
Here are some 16WW Chiroptera notes, sounds and images, and anecdata, with some exposed slightly more formally as a dataset.
For more detail of observations at 16WW and elsewhere, and tech and analysis, see the following by-year sections:
- 16WW Bat Activty
- Bat activity with audio and spectrograms, at or near 16WW, Kingston-upon-Thames, London, KT1 3JA, UK
- bat, Chiroptera, urban, London, England, UK, ultrasonic, detection, Pipistrellus, pipistrelle, common pipistrelle, 45kHz, soprano pipistrelle, 55kHz, Myotis, audio, heterodyne, het, frequency division, spectrogram
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- date published
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- UK centre 51.406696N,-0.288789E elevation 16m
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- bat data folder
- 16WW ambient sound recordings: bats
- this dataset is licensed under CC0, ie it is effectively public domain; if you make use of this data, attribution is nice but not obligatory
- Alison Fure
- Damon Hart-Davis