Bat Walk

Friday 25th May 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Adult tickets: £7.00
Child tickets: £4.00

We’re going on a bat hunt…

A nocturnal quest to see bats and their amazing aerial acrobatics and other night time animals. After a short introduction about these fascinating creatures, you’ll be guided on a night walk around Bore Place farm, along farm footpaths, using bat detectors to listen out for bats as they leave their roosts and fly out to catch insects. Find out how to identify some of the most common bats. We also hope to spot some other wildlife – possibly deer or hares – and we might even hear owls!

Walk led by Lynne and Peter Flower.

What to wear

Dress for the weather and wear sturdy boots/wellies. Suitable for adults and children (age 5+). Children must be accompanied by an adult.

This session is one of a programme of events in the Bore Place Wildlives and Wellbeing project. Keep an eye on our What’s On page for more wildlife identification training sessions, residential stays and Bioblitzes in Spring and Summer 2018. Sign up to our mailing list to keep updated.

This project is supported by Players of People’s Post Code Lottery, with awarding funds from Postcode Local Trust.

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This event is fully booked

We might still be able to get you on to the course. Please contact our Office and Events Coordinator, Becky Baldock on 01732 463255 or BeckyB@boreplace.org to find out more.

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