Lesser horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus hipposideros) bat flying towards you

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    Lesser horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus hipposideros) flying towards the camera with wings fully extended.

    Eslam Diab, biogeek_lubricus, smiteme, and 5 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. whitingke 70 months ago | reply

      I am the environmental coordinator for Lee Abbey, a Christian conference centre and registered charity (no 1094097). I am busy looking for wildlife for our interpretive display. On seeing your lesser horseshoe bat picture (Flick R) I was wondering if we could use it for this public display board which we are developing for our Higher Level Stewardship scheme. We will of course give you full acknowledgement for your works as it will be placed in public and seen by hundreds of people every year who come to enjoy our estate. If there is a small fee involved I could talk to my line managers about the possibility of providing you with some funding or maybe a visit here to see the board, either way you would be copied into the digitalised board to see how your work is being represented and have a say on how your work is portrayed.

      Let me know your thoughts. We are also looking for other pictures too but I will let you respond first. Please reply either way.

      Kai Whiting

      environment@leeabbey.org.uk

      Environmental Coordinator, Lee Abbey, Devon. EX35 6JJ
      www.leeabbey.org.uk

    2. emzstone 68 months ago | reply

      Hi Jessica,

      I love your photos, I am doing my PhD on Lesserhorseshoe bats at the University of bristol and was wandering if you would mind if I used some of your pics for my website. I would credit them to you of course.

      I look forward to hearing from you,

      Thanks

      Emma Stone
      Bat Ecology and Bioacoustics Lab
      School of Biological Sciences
      University of Bristol
      Woodland Road
      Bristol
      BS8 1UG

    3. Vicki May 57 months ago | reply

      Hi Jessica,

      I'm not sure how you responded to Kai and Emma, but I'm another person who noticed your lovely photo and would like to use it for a public exhibition. I am currently producing some exhibition boards to explain a planning proposal in Taunton, where there are many horseshoe bats, and would like to include an image of a horseshoe bat on one of the panels. Please could you let me know whether this might be possible? I would be very happy to attribute it to you, of course.

      Best wishes,
      Vicki May

      vmay@quatro-pr.co.uk

      QUATRO Public Relations, 20-24 Old Street, London EC1V 9AB
      www.quatro-pr.co.uk

    4. LucyBob2010 52 months ago | reply

      Thanks Jessica for allowing me to use your brilliant photo, and for explaining how you got it! x

    5. MOW COP 41 months ago | reply

      great shot!

    6. CoulBlu 41 months ago | reply

      Hello Jessica,

      I am grateful to be using this picture in a new game for the android platform.
      The game includes an attribution link to this page; please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.

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