Working with the London Legacy Development Corporation and Engie, all 15 bat monitors are now installed across the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in East London. The bat monitors have been installed on different habitats throughout the park to look at how the different habitats relate to bat activity levels. Six bat sensors are installed on species rich grassland, three sensors on open water, three on parkland, two in trees and scrub, and one sensor in allotments.
Check out the Live Data! page to see how many bat calls were captured across the park last night.

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