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Old 22-04-10   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone heard of bats living in landey hedges,got a job to do at the weekend and the owner recons shes got bats living in the hedge anyone shed any light on this please.
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Re: Bats

Bit late now but i can ask the batman tommorow for you!
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Cheers mate i personally think the bats are after bugs that live in the landey,i dont recon they live there but hey i could be wrong.
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time for a camp out with beer at sundown, is there any more suitable places to roost nearby? big trees/dead trees old buildings etc
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