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  • DEVON'S NOCTURNAL WONDER

    As darkness falls, Devon’s large night-time predator sets out to feed. Dozens and even hundreds leave their roosts following hedges, through the fields, looking for prey. But they need your help…

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The Devon Greater Horseshoe Bat Project

Bats: Videos

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Live footage (the bats will be back from hibernation in May 2019)


Recorded footage from July 2015

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Female Horseshoe bats have a pair of 'false nipples' on their bodies. The babies cling onto these for several days after birth. #BatFact Photo by Susan Ellis pic.twitter.com/LB5qykXGym

About 6 days ago from Devon Bat Project's Twitter via TweetDeck

The Greater Horseshoe Bat needs your help

Together we can save our nocturnal neighbours. Every donation, whether of time or money, will help ensure the survival of this very special species and prevent it disappearing from Devon.

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Devon Greater Horseshoe Bat Project