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The Wildcare Guide to Bats – Brown Long-eared Bat (Plecotus auritus)

Wednesday, 16 August 2017 08:37:54 Europe/London

Brown long-eared batsThe third post in our bat conservation series focuses on a species known for its exceptional hearing capabilities. Brown long-eared bats’ ears are so fine-tuned they can register a ladybird walking along a leaf!  

Ecologists please note:

This article is part of a series intended to help raise general knowledge of bats for those fascinated by wildlife. 

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Posted in Enthusiast By Charlotte Spafford

 The second post in our blog series focuses on one of Britain’s rarest mammals: the barbastelle bat. 

Barbastelle Bat

Ecologists please note:This article is part of a series intended to help raise general knowledge of bats for those fascinated by wildlife. 

 

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Posted in Enthusiast By Charlotte Spafford

Common Pipistrelle (Pipistrellus Pipistrellus)Our new blog series covers a different bat each month, to help raise your general knowledge of the species and spot them in the wild. To start things off, we’ve looked at one of the most widespread of Britain’s bats, the common pipistrelle.

 Ecologists please note: 

This article is part of a series intended to help raise general knowledge of bats for those fascinated by wildlife.

 

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Grounding Wildlife Acoustics microphones

Tuesday, 14 March 2017 11:32:48 Europe/London

Grounding your ultrasonic microphone will protect it and your Song Meter recording unit from damage from electrical discharge. Read on to find out how best to ground a microphone.

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Three New Bat Detectors

Monday, 14 September 2015 15:54:00 Europe/London

SM4 Bat recorderThree new bat detectors were on show at the Bat Conservation Trust's annual conference in September: Wildlife Acoustics' SM4Bat (available in Zero Crossing or Full Spectrum); Elekn's Batlogger A; and Titley's Anabat Walkabout. Wildcare are now taking pre-orders for all three, with the first Walkabouts being delivered in December.

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New Wildlife Acoustics microphones

Monday, 23 February 2015 13:01:01 Europe/London

microphoneWildlife Acoustics will shortly be releasing the SMX-U1, a new microphone for the SM2BAT+ recorder and the SMM-U1 for the SM3BAT. We hope to be shipping thses  by mid-March 2015.

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New Staff Member

Tuesday, 27 January 2015 15:57:00 Europe/London

Wildcare are pleased to announce that Dr Fran Tattersall has joined the team as our new ecologist sales consultant.

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Wildcare become distributors for Titley Scientific

Tuesday, 27 January 2015 13:14:00 Europe/London

We are delighted to announce that Wildcare have become distributors for Titley Scientific's range of AnaBat™ bat detectors. This well-known brand is widely used by consultants, researchers and amateur naturalists. Wildcare are now able to supply both the AnaBat™ SD2 and the newer AnaBat™ Express at competitive prices.

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Bat Detector Servicing

Friday, 16 January 2015 15:49:36 Europe/London

open SM2BATDon't leave it to spring - get your bat recording equipment serviced now!

Wildcare provide a full range of bat recorder servicing to ensure your equipment is ready for next year. Beat the spring rush and send us your recorders or detectors now. We can deal with all makes and types!

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Echo Meter Touch Update

Friday, 28 November 2014 13:24:00 Europe/London

Just in time for Christmas, we’re very pleased to announce that the Echo Meter Touch, Wildlife Acoustics’ most advanced bat detector, is now even better value at just £ 350 (inc. VAT). Plus the in-app Bat auto-ID software is now completely free to download!

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