Linking the Landscape: Bats at the Museum

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Bat detecting by Emma Bradshaw Bat detecting by Emma Bradshaw

Event details

5 May 2017 - 8:00pm - 9:30pm

Did you know one bat can eat 3000 insects in a night? Find out lots more amazing facts about bats on this talk and walk by local bat expert James Shipman.

James explains where bats live, how they fly in the dark, and why they are so important and protected by law. After a short talk, James will help us see and hear several species that emerge at dusk near the museum (weather dependent).

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Venue location

West Berkshire Museum,
RG14 5AS

Event information

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Tel: 01635 874381
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Friday 5th May 2017
8:00pm - 9:30pm
Price / Donation
£5 per person
Suitable for 11+ years
Joining Instructions

You will need comfortable footwear and warm clothing. It is a good idea to bring a torch, and we welcome any additional bat detectors if you have one

Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust
Venue location
West Berkshire Museum,
RG14 5AS
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Tel: 01635 874381
West Berkshire Museum
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