BSG and bats at Blenheim in the news

BSG and bats at Blenheim in the news

BSG Ecology’s innovative use of thermal imaging to help better understand how bats are using Blenheim Palace’s Grand Bridge has attracted the attention of the local media.  The article Lives of Blenheim Palace bats are revealed in new project published by the Oxford Press describes how the survey work has helped to identify where the bats are roosting, which is important as a multi-million-pound restoration project is proposed for the bridge.

Further information about this project, including video footage of bats emerging from the bridge roost and foraging over the lake at Blenheim, and BSG’s thermal imaging capability can be found here:

Roosting and Foraging Bats, Blenheim Palace

 

Thermal imaging survey for ecology 

 

If you would like to find out more about how thermal imaging can be used to help with your project work please contact Dr Peter Shepherd on 01865 883 833 or p.shepherd@bsg-ecology.com.

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