Tomorrow, I'm out in the field surveying for seeds (as part of the wider Janzen-Connell project, I'm specifically working on insect seed predators, or 'seed parasitoids', along a gradient of increasing humidity). Excited to get seed-collecting!
Tonight, was out with Gamboa's bat group mist-netting for bats along forest streams. And we caught the elusive 'wrinkle-faced bat' (famed as 'a face only a mother could love') - so mysterious that some of the bat group hadn't caught any before... Pretty lucky! :)
Here are a few photos from the mist-netting if you're interested :)
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Dr Patrick Kennedy, Radford Lab, University of Bristol | Zoology