Females give birth to a single pip in June or July after mating in the previous autumn.
Where do they live in the Forest?
Find them in the forest in areas close to water.
Look for the white belly at night as they fly overhead.
Not to be confused with
Natterer’s are similar to Daubenton’s, but look out for the white belly which is the key give away.
Protected in the UK under the Wildlife and Countryside Act, 1981. They are also a European Protected Species through the European Habitats Directive.
How you can help
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