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    The stadium is absolutely as non-intrusive as it could possibly be...

    Indeed, but hugely more intrusive than the field it was built on !!

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      Has anyone actually ever even seen a bat at Falmer? Seen plenty of seagulls, but never a bat.
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      Has anyone actually ever even seen a bat at Falmer? Seen plenty of seagulls, but never a bat.
      Go around the church/pond at dusk you`ll see bats. message sent
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      Has anyone actually ever even seen a bat at Falmer? Seen plenty of seagulls, but never a bat.
      There's one that sits behind me.
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      For those not thinking there are many bats around this study was done in August on Farm just down the road from Falmer.

      Subject: bat data

      Hi Chris,

      I hope all is well.

      Over the last month or so I have been analysing the data we gathered during the experiment. Please find below the peak counts of each species we recorded.

      Total Common pipistrelle Soprano pipistrelle Serotine Noctule Myotis species Brwon long eared
      711,,,,,,,,,,,538,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 15 ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 255,,,,,,,,,, 8,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,4,,
      ,,,,,
      The results are what we would expect. The numbers of passes however do suggest that there is a common/soprano pipistrelle and a serotine bat roost close. Perhaps the woodland. Both the myotis species and brown long eared bats are more woodland specialists need the trees and are likely to more active in the woodland. Using the sonograms we can’t accurately ID the myotis species so we just group them together but likely myotis species are natterer’s, whiskered and perhaps brants.


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      Isn`t everyone to some degree a nimby?....Happy where they live and don`t want any more building around them .
      Everyone? I've twice written in support of proposals in my area. Once, in London, when there were plans for a Halfway House for released prisoners at the end of my road. There was a petition, replete with highly inflammatory language (paedophiles preying on our children etc) and when I told a canvasser that not only was I not going to sign the petition but was going to write in support of the application, I got called "a paedo lover" and that I'd better watch myself (nothing happened of course).

      And, in Brighton, when there were plans for a student block to replace an unused church, I, again, wrote in support of the proposal, despite the objections of my neighbours.

      So, not everyone is some sort of NIMBY.
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      Yea, OK, but apart from that, what's Falmer stadium ever done for us?
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      Obviously Im glad we got Falmer but people need to stop looking at everything from a BHA point of view . Non BHA fans live in Falmer and quite rightly didnít want a dunking great stadium on their doorstep. I donít blame them. If youíre not a football fan the stadium doesnít offer much for anyone else. They have held 2 concerts and a Jehovas Witness beano once a year. Hardly much for non footy fans to get their teeth into.
      Yes, Iím glad we got Falmer but Iím not sure Iíd want it on my doorstep if I didnít support BHA.
      Once he gets his mojo back I want him in the stadium for a long time
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      For those not thinking there are many bats around this study was done in August on Farm just down the road from Falmer.

      Subject: bat data

      Hi Chris,

      I hope all is well.

      Over the last month or so I have been analysing the data we gathered during the experiment. Please find below the peak counts of each species we recorded.

      Total Common pipistrelle Soprano pipistrelle Serotine Noctule Myotis species Brwon long eared
      711,,,,,,,,,,,538,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 15 ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 255,,,,,,,,,, 8,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,4,,
      ,,,,,
      The results are what we would expect. The numbers of passes however do suggest that there is a common/soprano pipistrelle and a serotine bat roost close. Perhaps the woodland. Both the myotis species and brown long eared bats are more woodland specialists need the trees and are likely to more active in the woodland. Using the sonograms we can’t accurately ID the myotis species so we just group them together but likely myotis species are natterer’s, whiskered and perhaps brants.


      Kind regards,

      Finch
      Bats are protected aren't they?
      I saw a few up the top of Sussex Uni about 2 years ago, near where the East Slope Bar was.
      It's a shame those cottages have been left in such a state they are lovely flint buildings.
      Just out of interest I saw a stoat there some time back too.
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      Could/should have a green roof...
      Have you seen the roof recently

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