Thursday, October 20, 2011

Added A Section For Bat Organizations

Just a quick post, to let you know, that I've added a place (on the right-hand side of the main page) for Links to Bat organizations. I received a note from a reader recently, who made me aware of this organization; and their upcoming events: North American Society For Bat Research I've still got a lot more to add. There are so many great Bat Conservation Organizations...all over the world...
{Also, for those who might be interested, this blog (that is, Bat Detector Reviews) gets approximately 1,930 Visitors per month.}

Here is a site (from Sweden) that I've been getting some traffic from recently, so I thought I'd post it up here (for those who speak Swedish) - And for those (who, like me) enjoy poking around foreign sites: Here's the link I usually "click around" on: And, here is the Main page:
Well, no, it's not very easy when you don't know the language...and when BabelFish (and other) services cannot translate for you... But: If it has anything to do with bat detecting, then I'm there!

Until next time...


  1. Hi Al, nice to see you found our site!
    We are a little growing group of bat fans in southern Sweden. And we have a lot to learn from you in UK!

  2. Sorry, you are in the USA of course...
    I have used the Griffin from Batbox for a year now. With my limited experiance, I would say it is very useful. And I see forward to you testing the EM3 from Wildlife Acoustics!

  3. Thank you very much, Stefan, for the kind words.
    Yes, I agree: The Griffin really is a pleasure to use - Nice & easy. I'm very anxious to test the EM3 :) I think it's going to be incredible.


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