Differentiating Daubenton's bat from other Myotis bats
The audio clips on the right illustrate the subtle differences between:
NB these differences are not diagnostic as these species can sound very similar when flying in similar environments.
Don't forget that if it is a Myotis species then the tone won't change much as you tune around on your detector. If you hear rapid, dry clicks and the tone gets richer or deeper as you tune around then it may be a pipistrelle in a cluttered environment (see previous page).
Natterer's bat flight pattern
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