Sunday 29th October 3.45 -5.30pm
This time of year, bats can be seen in abundance in Halloween decorated homes, they may have a spooky reputation, but they are in fact superheroes of our ecosystems. Bats rely on our night-time flying moths as a vital food source, but moths also receive a bad press as brown boring cloth devouring pests - but moths matter!
If you want to find out more about the importance of these misunderstood creatures and how to conserve them then please join us on the 29th for an alternative Halloween experience. The walk will begin with a creative interactive introduction at Padbury playground followed by a walk into the woods at twilight.
This will be a fun, creative and informative session suitable for all ages – we would like to warmly welcome family groups and individuals to join us in taking the spook out of our very important creatures of the night! To book your space, click on the button below.
Meeting point: playground in Padbury (next to the butchers on the high street) 3.45pm
To bring: warm clothing, sturdy shoes, torch and drink
We will provide: expertise, enthusiasm, resources, equipment and a few tasty treats, Mmmm!
Facilitated by Julie (Learning Without Walls) and Robert (Greener Padbury Group)