This is a report on a post-lactating female soprano pipistrelle, Pipistrellus pygmaeus, which in autumn exploited habitats from sea level to the transition zone between alpine and sub-alpine areas. It travelled more than 12.3 kilometres from its roost and returned to its roost at sea level on all four nights when it was tracked. In addition to the telemetry bat, several soprano pipistrelles utilized high altitudes during the days of tracking as heard on ultrasound detector.
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Vol. 59 • No. 3