24th August 2019
The chance to meander through our beautiful garden at dusk with local bat expert Lindsey. Discover the magical twilight world that normally visitors don't get to see. With over 8 species of bats recorded at Fairhaven, who knows which ones you will encounter. With Lindsey's expert knowlege and bat detectors to help us these fascinating creatures in action, it will be an evening to remember! Run by Norwich Bat Group at Fairhaven Water Gardens, School Road, South Walsham, Norfolk, NR13 6DZ. 7.30pm - children's activities, 8.00pm talk followed by walk around the gardens and down to South Walsham Broad. Adults £8, Adult members of Fairhaven £6, Children - 5 years and above only £5, Child members £4 Cafe partially open for take away hot drinks. Please book via email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org (Note the incorrect spelling of bookngs!)
24th August 2019
Guided bat walk at Appley Park, Ryde, Isle of Wight. Free of charge (donations welcome). Registration event, please register via email@example.com or 07867774104 (places will be limited) More details will be on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Nonprofit-Organization/Isle-of-Wight-Bat-Group-401162136936857/
24th August 2019
Come for a walk at dusk in central Warwick to look and listen for bats. We’ll start at 8:15pm under the tower at St Mary’s and walk through the churchyard and Priory Park. The walk will be led by a representative of the Warwickshire Bat Group who will give a short introductory talk about bats. Tickets £7.50 can be purchased in St Mary’s shop (numbers limited, booking essential). Proceeds will go to bat conservation and St Mary’s church fund.
25th August 2019
Enjoy a pint and complimentary buffet from 6.30pm at Rutland’s oldest inn, The Blue Ball, Braunston-in- Rutland, LE15 8QS www.theblueballbraunston.co.uk Then join an expert from the Leics. & Rutland Bat Group for a bat talk and walk at All Saints Church, Braunston, 7.45-9.30pm. This event is FREE and accompanied children are welcome.
28th August 2019
Going Batty at Grimsdyke and Gilbert's Orchard. An evening walk for our flying furry friends. Bring torches and bat detectors if you have them. Meet in the Hotel Car Park HA3 3SH TQ14197 92883. £5 charge per person at the gate.
30th August 2019
Come on an evening of discovery into the noisy nocturnal world of bats with the Bat Conservation Trust and Cairngorms Nature. This introductory bat detector workshop involves an evening classroom session followed by a practical field session from around dusk in local woodlands. The focus will be on pipistrelle, noctule and Daubenton bats. Bat sounds are broken down into four elements in order to train your sonic memory to aid identification, using a heterodyne bat detector, when out in the field.
31st August 2019
This event is open to the public and costs £2 for Adults, £1 for children paid on the night. Sorry no dogs on this walk. The meeting point is outside the Woodland Centre by the beach at Ruislip Lido at 8:00pm and we will finish around 10pm. (Ruislip Lido car park closes at 9pm so please make alternative parking arrangements). Bring a torch and a bat detector if you have one. Check twitter for updates: @RuislipWoods in case it has rained 2 hours prior to the walk.
31st August 2019
Join our Countryside Warden for an evening all about bats, as we welcome a member of the Gwynedd Bat Group to the Dingle Local Nature Reserve, here in Llangefni, to celebrate International Bat Night. Of the 16 species of bat found in the UK, previously 8 have been found at dusk at the Dingle, a favourite haunt of the Pipistrelle and the high flying Noctule. The rare Lesser Horsehoe Bat is a skilful flier, along with the Whiskered, Natterer’s and Long Eared Bat, can be found flying through the woodland or over the main lake, Llyn Pwmp. Starting with a short introduction, we will then head out in search of bats as they emerge after sunset in the Dingle. During the introduction we will be briefed on how to use bat detectors before heading out with one to detect the presence of bats. The talk starts just after sunset at 20.15pm. Children with adult supervision are welcome. Warm clothes are advised. A torch/head torch would be useful but not mandatory.
4th September 2019
Discover and learn about our native bat species and have a go at being a bat detector! The Twycross Zoo Bat walk and talk will offer attenders the chance to learn about our native bat species, have a go at being a bat detector and learning how to find bats. We will have a range of bat detectors available for use on the evening, and local experts to guide visitors through how to use them. We hope to use these to not only hear the bats feeding calls but to be able to identify which species of bats we have feeding at our Wetland Nature Reserve on site at Twycross Zoo. You will get the chance to hopefully see and hear the bats* and learn about these amazing native species with a talk from our Learning and Discovery team prior to the walk. Local bat expert Jools Partridge will be joining us to help us locate the bats and share his knowledge about the lives of bat and the threat to these species here in the UK. Refreshments included in entry price. £5.50 non members £3.50 for members *As bats are wild animals we cannot guarantee that they will be out on the evening of the bat walk and talk. Book online (follow the link below) or contact 01827883140, firstname.lastname@example.org
8th September 2019
Discover the magical twilight world of bats. The chance to meander through Glasgow’s oldest park at dusk led by Clyde Bat Group. With Clyde Bat Group’s expert knowledge and bat detectors to help us observe and learn about these fascinating creatures in action, it will be an evening to remember! Wrap up warm!
13th September 2019
Join the Cassiltoun Housing Association's Community Woodland Officer on this atmospheric walk as they use bat technology to listen to the sounds of bats, spot them swoop amongst the trees, and find out the lots of amazing facts about these creatures. **No booking required**
13th September 2019
A beginner's guide to bats involves an indoor session on bat ecology, followed by a practical field session (including utilising bat detectors). Wrap up warm and bring your (head)torch to look at these elusive creatures through the eyes of a bat expert. This event is intended for adults and children of 10 years and above and runs in corporation with the Bat Conservation Trust. The indoor session will look into bats as woodland indicator species, their ecology and conservation whilst on the walk we'll venture out at dusk into the woods, around the lower slopes of Glen Finglas, using bat detectors and interrogating the moth trap.
14th September 2019
Find out all about the bats in and around St Peter’s Church and the insects they like to eat from the Gloucestershire Bat Group! Have fun using bat detectors and see what turns up in the moth trap! This is a free event for all the family, supported by the Bats in Churches project.