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Footage of an amazing juvenile female Leislers Bat being examined and fed by Jenny Clark at the Sussex Bat Hospital. The bat was recsued from Newhaven after being found covered in cobwebs. She is underweight but should be fine.
Rescued by East Sussex Wildlife Rescue and Ambulance Service (WRAS) in Alfriston, June 2005.
All these bats were rescued by East Sussex WRAS in July 2012. These and other were rescued after being found emaciated and dehydrated at various locations across East Sussex. They were treated by members of the Sussex Bat Group and Jenny Clark from the Sussex Bat Hospital.
Rescued after being found grounded by a wood store. The bat was cold, underweight and dehydrated. Now with Jenny Clark at the Sussex Bat Hospital.
Nathusius' pipistrelle Bat with her twins. Mum was rescued by WRAS and found to be pregnant and gave birth to twins whilst in care. Several months on here she is with her not so baby youngsters now. Fantastic work by the Bat Hospital.
Grounded pipistrelle bat rescued at Maresfield, East Sussex, 25th May 2010. Underweight and injury to right wing. Being given lectade to help with dehydration. Before being taken to Jenny Clark at the Sussex Bat Hospital.
WRAS rescuer were called to rescue a bat in a restaurant in Uckfield High Street on 29th September 2011. This video includes a recording of the BBC Radio Sussex interview of the incident with WRAS founder Trevor Weeks.