Chimney Meadows Bat Event

Wed, 01/11/2017 - 19:30

Family focussed

Get out and about this Autumn! Join us at Chimney Meadows, for a fascinating talk about bats, followed by a night time stroll trying to detect them, led by Dave Endacott (Bat Conservation Trust). Come prepared to ask questions and find out more about these furry, night time creatures! Please arrive 15 mins before the event, to allow time to walk from the car park to the barn, where the talk will take place and from which the walk will set off. Warm clothing, sturdy footwear and bring waterproofs. Bring Torches and bat detectors, if you have them

Accessibility Information
Access details: Park in the public car park at the entrance to the site and walk across a field to Chimney Meadows Nature Reserve Office barn (10 mins) Talk in Chimney Meadows Nature Reserve Office barn. Walk will start at the barn and progress towards Shifford Lock Cut What is the terrain/distance like (walks)? Flat terrain, dark, distance approx. 2 miles



Organiser Details:
Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust

lisalane@bbowt.org.uk

Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust Chimney Meadows Nature Reserve, Bampton, Oxfordshire, OX18 2EH

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Prices: Price / Donation£4 donation

How to book:
Tel: 01865 788300 Is there an age limit for children? Children 7+ welcome

Location:
Chimney, Bampton OX18 2EH, UK

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