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Jo Corke left a comment for Rob Frith
"Hi Rob, We are still interested in finding out if there are bats in the park. Can you get in touch by emailing us at fosapark@gmail.com Jo and Simon, wildlife"
May 26, 2010
Jo Corke left a comment for Rob Frith
"Hi Rob, Bats in the park – a survey sounds a great idea. – I see that Simon has already contacted you; looking forward to meeting you, Jo Corke"
Apr 20, 2010
Des Bowring left a comment for Rob Frith
"Rob, re Bats. I'm sure Jo and Simon would welcome your input. I found a Pipistrelle sp. and Noctule over the park a couple of years ago using my Magenta Bat Mk11b (which is not exactly accurate - it has difficulty distinguishing between bats…"
Apr 18, 2010
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Rob Frith is now a member of Friends Of St Andrews Park
Apr 18, 2010

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Do you live in Bristol
Yes
How often do you use St Andrews Park
Once a month
What is it about St Andrews Park you like
Greenness

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At 18:57 on May 26, 2010, Jo Corke said…
Hi Rob,

We are still interested in finding out if there are bats in the park.

Can you get in touch by emailing us at fosapark@gmail.com

Jo and Simon, wildlife
At 15:54 on April 20, 2010, Jo Corke said…
Hi Rob,

Bats in the park – a survey sounds a great idea. – I see that Simon has already contacted you; looking forward to meeting you,

Jo Corke
At 20:56 on April 18, 2010, Des Bowring said…
Rob, re Bats. I'm sure Jo and Simon would welcome your input. I found a Pipistrelle sp. and Noctule over the park a couple of years ago using my Magenta Bat Mk11b (which is not exactly accurate - it has difficulty distinguishing between bats and whales) so if you can add more species that would be very exciting. Would you be able to do a bat event in the park perhaps? I would certainly be up for that.

Regards

Des
 
 
 

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