At The Belfry Centre

Since 2015 we have had some very disappointing recordings in Overstrand for the annual Norfolk Bat Survey. However, earlier this month the number of passes over our garden were the highest recorded in this part of Overstrand since Peter started partaking in the survey. The other two locations in the village where the equipment was placed also had good results. They had 253 and 504 passes whereas we had 512. These numbers represent passes and not the number of bats, in other words one bat could pass a number of times during the night. The total number of identifiable species over the three locations was nine, which I think is excellent. This all leaves me with the question as to why did we have such a massive drop in numbers (only one across our garden in 2018) and why, in the space of twelve months, do we now have record numbers?

Tuesday 30th July 2019 – Busy Weekend for the Sports Club

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