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Bats & Squirrels in Flight
Following on from photographing birds in flight other animals such as bats and flying squirrels became the next target. Both of these animals needed baiting or finding a regular location where they occurred to make it all possible. Bats can often be attracted to moths coming to a ultra-violet lamp during the night and flying squirrels are attracted like a magnet to peanut butter. Positioning the bait to attract the animal to fly in front of the camera and detecting by simple light beams can produce startling results.
Natterer's Bat photographed in Norfolk, UK
Noctule Bat photographed in Norfolk, UK
Pipistrelle Bat photographed in Norfolk, UK
Flying Squirrels Photographed with John Cooke in the Sierra Nevada, California
Daubenton's Bat photographed in Norfolk, UK
 
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