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UK: WARM WEATHER BY DAY, COLD NIGHTS. A waterdrop can be seen hanging from the mouth of a bat as it swoops in to drink from a pond this weekend. The whiskered bat made several swoops on the pond as it drank and caught insects, flying close to the surface as it was spotted in the daytime. The bat was feeding on gnats, non biting midges, and small mayflies which have started to emerge from Josephine Wheeler's garden pond in Carmarthen, Wales. Josephine, 41, a writer of books and radio producer said "I only put the pond in this year so this is the first year I have seen them." "It was so close it almost flew into me a few times, but I guess it knew something was there and swerved around." "With these bats being nocturnal I can only assume it was out in the day because the nights are still cold and it's easier to catch insects at a time when its warmer. There was also a hatch of mayflies this weekend giving it an abundance of food." Please byline: Josephine Wheeler/Solent News ? Josephine Wheeler/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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UK: WARM WEATHER BY DAY, COLD NIGHTS. A waterdrop can be seen hanging from the mouth of a bat as it swoops in to drink from a pond this weekend. The whiskered bat made several swoops on the pond as it drank and caught insects, flying close to the surface as it was spotted in the daytime. The bat was feeding on gnats, non biting midges, and small mayflies which have started to emerge from Josephine Wheeler's garden pond in Carmarthen, Wales. Josephine, 41, a writer of books and radio producer said "I only put the pond in this year so this is the first year I have seen them." "It was so close it almost flew into me a few times, but I guess it knew something was there and swerved around." "With these bats being nocturnal I can only assume it was out in the day because the nights are still cold and it's easier to catch insects at a time when its warmer. There was also a hatch of mayflies this weekend giving it an abundance of food." Please byline: Josephine Wheeler/Solent News ? Josephine Wheeler/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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UK: WARM WEATHER BY DAY, COLD NIGHTS. A waterdrop can be seen hanging from the mouth of a bat as it swoops in to drink from a pond this weekend. The whiskered bat made several swoops on the pond as it drank and caught insects, flying close to the surface as it was spotted in the daytime. The bat was feeding on gnats, non biting midges, and small mayflies which have started to emerge from Josephine Wheeler's garden pond in Carmarthen, Wales. Josephine, 41, a writer of books and radio producer said "I only put the pond in this year so this is the first year I have seen them." "It was so close it almost flew into me a few times, but I guess it knew something was there and swerved around." "With these bats being nocturnal I can only assume it was out in the day because the nights are still cold and it's easier to catch insects at a time when its warmer. There was also a hatch of mayflies this weekend giving it an abundance of food." Please byline: Josephine Wheeler/Solent News ? Josephine Wheeler/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800

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