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|Friday 9th August 2019, 08:56||#1|
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I recorded these calls in a courtyard of farm buildings during a re-entry survey in Ireland.
From what I can gather the calls are social calls from a Soprano Pipistrelle. However, some of the recordings (files named No.ID) seem to be only part of a social call or perhaps a Leisler's call.
Some confirmation of the ID would be appreciated. Are these all pip calls or are there some Leisler's calls in there too?
If these are social calls, is there any way of knowing the use of the social calls, is it a male mating call or is it general interactions between flying bats?
Thanks in advance
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