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Old Wednesday 25th May 2016, 18:02   #101
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I dipped the Lammergeier on Monday. Best dip I've ever been on!

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Cracking stuff, John. Was hoping to try again on the way back from my own lammergeier dip, but the crew was too knackered. Still need them beavers.

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Another trip to Lakenheath and the brecks

Pygmy shrew and brown rat at Lakenheath
Roe deer, grey squirrel and muntjac in the Brecks

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Old Monday 6th June 2016, 22:39   #103
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Surrey Bat Group trapping last night, East end of the county (finished 0430 this morning, I actually had to take a nap this afternoon - wasted!): 3 Whiskered, 4 Alcathoe, 2 Soprano Pip, 1 Common Pip, 5 Brown Long-eared Bats.

Other than that only a couple of Bank Voles at Crookham Wharf recently.

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Old Sunday 12th June 2016, 08:04   #104
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Had another bat survey on Wednesday night. We caught quite a wide variety of bats at Bookham Common, but it was another lateish finish, into bed at 0330. That's the last one for a while as the bat group is taking time off while bats actually breed. Nobody wants a female popping a sprog into their hand at a processing site.

I have no current ambitions to be a bat handler, I'm not under training or anything: but bat groups can always do with someone for portering of kit from vehicles to trapping and processing sites, people to sit and scribe while the experts weigh, measure and otherwise assess what has been caught (often just identification can take a little while and involve magnifying glasses). In return you do learn a lot quite quickly, get the opportunity for in-hand and release photos, and get to see bats really close up. Plus you will make new friends and actually sitting round between trap checks retailing "war stories" is always a laugh. So if you are into mammals and aren't a member of your local bat group, I suggest you join. Sleep is over-rated.

Anyway, Wednesday night we had 15 bats (again). No Alcathoes this time, but Brown Long-ears, three Whiskered including one that for a short while had us going it might be a Brandt's (it wasn't but I'll put a pic in a later post, I'm days behind on pix right now), Natterer's, Daubenton's and both Common and Soprano Pips.

My foxes are pretty much OK: the core team of the super-intelligent Black Notch, still with his left hind leg useless, Double Top with fur growing back including her stick tail, and Spook, are all coming in frequently and last night Spook arrived with a fox I didn't recognise, though I will look at the pictures I got later.

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Right. Here's a Whiskered Bat photo. I hope I can describe it accurately for you. The bat group leader was sufficiently pleased to ask for a copy - maybe I should have asked him for a commentary...

We're looking at the left upper jaw. Big front tooth is the Canine, just behind that Premolar 1 (P1) is peeking out. Between that and the next big tooth is P2, which is tiny - I promise you that is really a tooth. Then P3 is massive. On the inner side of P3 you can see a protuberance: that, I'm assured, is a protocone and because it is substantially higher than P2's totality this is a Whiskered Bat.

Now look at the fingers holding the bat and consider just how small those teeth really are.... bat identification even in the hand isn't always easy!

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Old Tuesday 14th June 2016, 18:02   #106
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A quick catch up, several hedgehogs including one garden resident, Sika deer, water vole and brown rat at Arne, roe deer everywhere, dead stoat in New Forest, weasel in Dorset, and of course the beaver in Devon along with an otter at the same time.


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Some small mammal trapping produced 2 x Harvest mice, 2 x bank vole, 2 x wood mouse, common shrew, field vole and one slippery yellow necked mouse and a family of field voles under a herp tin.

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Old Thursday 16th June 2016, 17:12   #109
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final found time to review the last couple of pages above this post and realised I have failed to complete the Scottish tour and missed out a load of stuff since. I can't wax as lyrical at this distance in time but at least the photos will look as good as they did at the time....

When last heard of in Scotland we were cruising around on a cloudy afternoon failing to find very much. We ate early in order to be ready for our second session at the Speyside Wildlife Hide, which we were now much more rested for and with Pine Marten already under the belt, quite relaxed as well.

We got lucky, with visits from two female Pine Martens - the local adult and the younger one which is one of its offspring. They were around at roughly the same time but didn't really interact: they did produce another crippling performance from which I got a few decent pictures. The mini-Badgers also put on a lively performance and by the time we went home we were pretty content.

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The following day we drove up to the North coast to try to clock some of the bird goodies up there - clanged out on White-billed Divers, which had been seen the day before (and were seen again the day after, blast them) but connected with an Iceland Gull and a drake Green-winged Teal. Mammal-wise we were delighted with very close views of Grey Seals fishing for dabs or flounders inside Burghead harbour, and we also had distant views of a big seal roost up near Findhorn that included a load of Commons.

Clare finished the day off on a high note, finding a brilliant male Hen Harrier "somewhere in the Cairngorms" - a pox on all grouse-shooters and gamekeepers that put me off sharing the location. I hope the ticks and midges give them a really hard time.

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We didn't see anything else of note in Scotland unless you count a Surf Scoter at several miles range from Ruddon's Point (it was off Lower Largo!) so onwards to a successful Wild Boar trip to the Forest of Dean.

Boar are not easy to see in the Forest even by searching carefully, except when large numbers of piglets necessitate almost round-the-clock feeding and wandering through the woods. Of course, at those times the females are very wary and a big sounder can disappear into a thicket in a couple of seconds, so fieldcraft is at a premium.

Anyway, we struck lucky with a youngish male.

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Two days later I was in Norfolk with Steve and we had some really splendid boxing Brown Hares around Choseley before finding three Muntjac in paddocks at Holme (best one illustrated) after we had knocked off distant Bean Goose.

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Continuing with the catch-up, I had an afternoon twitch to Minsmere for Thayer's Gull (which I was duly underwhelmed by) and enjoyed a short while photographing Rabbits near the North Bushes, where a youngster panther crawled after its litter-mates before pouncing on them (honestly, never seen anything like it - that Rabbit's got a vicious streak a mile wide!)

Not long afterwards I spent a day at Woodwalton Fen looking for Chinese Water Deer.

Then on 23rd April I was back in the Forest of Dean photographing two litters of humbugs travelling as a single crèche with two sows in charge. One Piglet came almost right up to us and had a good look before retreating to a safer position near its mum.

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Finally (I think) the First of May (Maz's birthday: she really does let me get away with murder) the team was over in West London for the male Lesser Spotted Woodpecker that sadly was generating far more excitement than it would have twenty years ago. A Grey Squirrel was just getting up.

And two from a bat survey: a Soprano Pipistrelle and a Bechstein's Bat, the latter a scarce animal in Britain and one that even experienced bat group members still get excited about catching. I think it is one of our most handsome bats, though that may not be a very high bar.

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Our local mammal group trapped Filey Country Park last night and made several interesting observations. Using 30 BioEcoSS live traps and 15 Longworths we enjoyed over a 90% trap success rate including 11 Common Shrews and 4 Short-tailed Voles. Bank Vole and Wood Mice made up the other species. The biggest surprise of the morning was finding a Bank Vole and Common Shrew sharing a single Longworth. A close second was finding 4 Bank Voles in the same Longworth. Clearly small mammal populations are high at the moment. In the past the same site has produced Harvest Mouse and both Pygmy and Water Shrew.
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Beaver kits are now out on the River Otter, same place:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/geckoo...bbcsummerwatch

If anyone's planning a trip, now would seem to be a good time.

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Popped down to Amberley Wild Brooks this evening to listen to a Quail singing: the place was also littered with Fallow Deer in rushes and flowering plants shoulder-high to the cattle also grazing on the marshes. There was Stoat scat all along the track North from Amberley village but I didn't see the animals.

After leaving there I had two Little Owls on wires along the main road that skirts the South side of Petworth.

I came back via Ebernoe Church not long after sunset where I saw Barbastelles, Brown Long-eared Bats, Common and Soprano Pips and a Serotine that just about parted my hair as it came at me with the bat detector banging like a small artillery piece.

A pleasant evening out, especially since there has been a sudden outbreak of summer.

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Not much recently but popped into the Great Orme while in North Wales to see the Goats a couple of weeks back.

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One kit and the female beaver seen in Devon on Sunday night

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Saw my first Souslik last week, sadly no photos.

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Out with the bat group last night till 0100 at Ankerwycke (off Magna Carta Lane, Wraysbury): by the time I left we had caught nearly 40 bats, mostly Soprano Pipistrelles (only one Common) but a good quota of Daubenton's Bats and three of our actual quarry, Nathusius's Pipistrelle. Brown Rats scuffling and bounding past us were slightly less welcome but a small Hedgehog near where the cars were parked was much appreciated.

I have two more surveys this week, reports and pix later.

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The next survey was at Bookham Common on Tuesday night and went on till 0200 so I got home at 0300: tonight I have another one so its quite a busy week. Apologies for brevity of reports.

We started off with a pair of Roe Deer right by the NT car park at Church Road, then proceeded into the woods to our trapping area some distance off. We caught 17 bats of 8 or possibly 9 species depending whether the last WAB was a second Brandt's or (as we suspected) "just" a Whiskered. The others were Brown Long-eared Bats, Soprano and Common Pips, a Serotine which was my first in the hand so quite exciting, a Noctule, a Bechstein's and a Daubenton's Bat. On the way home I also had a couple of Red Foxes for ten or possibly eleven species of mammal in one night.

As if all that wasn't enough we also had a Great Crested Newt crossing the main track!

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