Not birds, but flying mammals

To: 'John Leonard' <>
Subject: Not birds, but flying mammals
From: Philip Veerman <>
Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2017 21:58:24 +0000
Maybe they had all been roosting together in a tree hollow or branch that
had just broken down and were resettling....... Or not.........

-----Original Message-----
From: John Leonard 
Sent: Wednesday, 15 March, 2017 8:09 AM
Subject: Not birds, but flying mammals

This morning on my run on some Red Hill footpaths I saw more insectivorous
bats than I have ever seen in one morning. Normally I might see one or two
on a run on that route in the warmer months, but this morning I must have
seen 30-40 in groups of 2-6 in various places.

Why today? I know it's humid and all, but where are they when it isn't
humid, they must be feeding somewhere on non humid days.

John Leonard

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