Go Batty in the Woods

Do you often find yourself asking: What’s the point of bats? Do bats suck blood? Are bats blind? What on earth is echolocation?

If the answer is yes, then a night going batty in the woods is just the thing for you.

Come and join the NT Ranger for a night walk through Plym Bridge Woods to learn more about these mysterious creatures.

When?

Thursday 23 August 8pm til 10pm

Where?

Meet in the National Trust car park in Plymbridge Woods (Grid ref: SX 524 585)

What else do I need to know?

To book, call 01752 341377

Adults £4, Children £2

Wear sturdy shoes and bring a torch. If you have your own bat dectector, bring that along too.