june 8-10 was the weekend of this year’s biodiversity day (geo tag der artenvielfalt) in the ötztal (ötz valley), austria. our accommodation was the university center obergurgl (universitätszentrum obergurgl) […]
bats have just made it into the headlines again: the bat with the incredibly long tongue “a rare south american bat, anoura fistulata, turns out to have a spectacularly long […]
the convention on migratory species (part of the united nations environment programme) has released a publication on the topic of “migratory species and climate change”, which features one of my […]
in the recently-published book “hibernation” by clive roots, one of my bat-photos was used to illustrate the size of the smallest hibernating mammal:
one of my pipistrelle-photos was published in the september 2006 issue of the gibraltar magazine: for those who care, it’s a nathusius’ pipistrelle bat (pipistrellus nathusii).
new photos are online! first of all, some more bat photos: it’s the first time i’ve …”hosted” a noctule bat (nyctalus noctula)- a good opportunity to take photos of the […]