Natterer - NBG splash bar







widely, if sparsely distributed. They live in the summer in cracks and joints in the timbers of old barns and churches and occasionally in wells and house roofs. From the end of the year until late February they resort to the same places as Daubentons bats, requiring the same steady cool temperature with high humidity.

There is still an enormous amount to learn about the habits and distribution of these understudied and misunderstood animals and everyone is encouraged to help with this task by reporting any found or seen, and to encourage the conservation of known roosting sites.
John Goldsmith.