Crabtree Ponds bat walk

Bat Walk at Crabtree Ponds.

Looking for Bats

20 September 2016 – 7:00pm – 8:30pm

Meet at the pond at 7.30pm

Come and join us at Crabtree Ponds for this twilight event as we look for bats with local ecologist Lizzie McBride. Please bring a torch if you have one.

Booking for this event is essential. To register for the event and pay via Paypal or credit/debit card, please fill in your details below. Booking is complete once payment has been made.

Please note that we are unable to refund payment for bookings unless we cancel the event. This will only happen in extreme circumstances and we will then contact you directly beforehand to make alternative arrangements.

Children must be accompanied by an adult on all of our WildPlay events. Please register both adults and children when booking online.

Children under the age of 2 can attend for free and do not need to be registered.

Book by phone Tel: 0114 263 4335

Price / Donation £6 per person for non members. £4 per person for members.

Crabtree Ponds bat walk
7:00pm to 8:30pm Tuesday 20 September 2016

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