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This series of wildlife Walks & Talks takes place at the Forestry Commission’s Leigh Woods site.  They are suitable for adults or students (and sometimes older children) with a keen interest in the natural world.

Bat Walk and Talk with Jeremy Froidevaux and Angelica Menchaca 

Saturday 15th September, 6.45pm – 8.45pm

(c) Hugh Clark/www.bats.org.uk

(c) Martin Celuch /www.bats.org.uk

Come and meet bat experts from Bristol University, Jeremy Froidevaux and Angelica Menchaca, to find out more about the amazing variety of species we have in this part of the UK: how different bat species use woodland habitats for roosting, foraging and commuting, how to study bats and how woodland management influences bat populations.

 

(c) Hugh Clark/www.bats.org.uk

There are 17 species of bat in Britain – and Leigh Woods is home to 9 of them! During the walk we will watch bats forage, listen to them echo-locate and see which trees make for the best roosts in Leigh Woods – by far the largest block of woodland in the Bristol area, a national nature reserve and part of the Avon Gorge Site of Special Scientific Interest. 

Enjoy a hot drink at our Green Wood Barn at the end of the walk!

Please note this event is weather-dependent and for safety reasons we will not be able to continue in very heavy rain or high winds.

Date and prices: 

Bat Walk – 6.45pm – 8.45pm Saturday 15th September 2018

Adults £8, Students £5, Children (min 9 yrs) £5. Family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children) £25.

Book here on Eventbrite (small handling fee applies) or contact info@mygreenworld.co.uk. Confirmation of booking will be sent on receipt of payment.  Please read our Terms and Conditions before booking. 

Please note: We will be walking mainly, but not exclusively, on marked trails, and the ground may be wet and muddy. Warm, waterproof clothing and footwear is recommended.

Disabled access: The path is flat but steep and uneven in places. Disabled toilet facilities are available.

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