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The Vice Principal of a school where I carried out surveys this summer sent me the loveliest message earlier today. She’d previously told me that the school were hoping to put together a wildlife lesson with an emphasis on bats. I sent her some information and photos I have of the bat species which are found near the school. I also sent a photo of the hedgehog that I had seen in the school grounds. This was the message I received in return:
“This is fantastic - thank you. It was so nice to chat when we met. I have printed off your information and forwarded it to staff via email and some of the pupils are very interested already. We are going to make the information into a display and see how we can also use it in the curriculum.
Our primary unit has named our prickly visitor Helen the hedgehog in honour of the person who found it."
Best thank you ever! ... See MoreSee Less
This little one was spotted by Helen whilst carrying out a bat activity transect in South Devon this week. It is, sadly, a rare occurrence to see a hedgehog, but this one looked to be in good health and spent an hour or so munching on slugs before disappearing. ... See MoreSee Less
Here are some of the wonderful lesser horseshoe bats found in a barn roost this week. ... See MoreSee Less