Friday, 11 June 2021

Cold Lights on a warm Evening

Toby, Vicki and I were out Thursday evening searching for bats - and we heard some, not many but a few and probably sounds from a couple of species plus crickets, frogs - maybe 3 or 4 species amd Whip-poor-wills - a couple or so at a couple of sites along the Black River.


And fireflies:









And afterwards it began to rain. So did that mean a low pressure system with insects at ground level? And why we heard fewer bats?


Wise - what-do-I-know-about-bats - Oul' Bird

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