? Shaw Park, SEQ

To: "Judith L-A" <>, "" <>,
Subject: ? Shaw Park, SEQ
From: "" <>
Date: Sat, 16 May 2015 09:01:42 +1000
Hi Judith,
They are most likely to be microbats. Many species from my experiences footage 
around street lighting.

They are great little creatures :-)

Yours in all things "green"

John Harris BASc, GDipEd
Director - Wildlife Experiences P/L
Principal Zoologist/Ecologist
Nature Photographer
Wildlife Guide
Croydon, Vic
0409 090 955

President, Field Naturalists Club of Victoria

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From: "Judith L-A" <>
To: <>, <>
Subject: ? Shaw Park, SEQ
Date: Fri, May 15, 2015 23:59

Tonight about 10 there was only one floodlight still on at the playing
fields, in the carpark outside the box cafe near the tennis courts, so I
parked under it. There were bugs, sure enough, & shortly several creatures
about swallow-size began shooting through, tangentially to the
light-source. Though too fast to get the bins on, the creatures flew
through the light-glow with a very rapid fluttering motion. They were
ventrally pale, & silent. Tail shape/length were not visible. There were at
least 4 (max seen at any one time).
(This note's from the mobile.)
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