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Neil Aldridge

A grey big-eared bat leaves its roost to forage. The conversion of traditional stone barns to rural homes has meant the loss of safe roosting sites, which has contributed to the species’ decline. Today, the remaining nine grey long-eared bat roosts in England are all in rural buildings.

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