BCT – Bearing Witness for Wildlife Training, 9 November 2017

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Bat Walk with London Wildlife Trust in Crystal Palace Park

Join London Wildlife Trust and learn to identify bats from their ultrasonic calls using bat detectors. This event is free and open to everyone and there is no need to book. Contact Sam for more information

Wild about gardens week 2016

(Reproduced from www.wildaboutgardensweek.org.uk)  Wild About Gardens Week 2016 is a joint initiative by the RHS, The Wildlife Trusts and Bat Conservation Trust to encourage people to support wildlife in their gardens Last year Wild about Gardens Week focused on Hedgehogs.  This year the focus is on our UK bats. This is more important than ever. In 2013, wildlife … Continue reading Wild about gardens week 2016

Bat Events at the Horniman Museum

Family Bat Walk - Friday, 21 August 2015 7pm - 9pm A late night event focussing on our only flying mammal – the bat. Join our resident bat expert Rhianna Dix for a family friendly bat walk using real bat detectors to find bats in the Horniman Gardens. See a bat skeleton up close and learn … Continue reading Bat Events at the Horniman Museum

Bat walk at Ladywell and Brockley Cemetery

Daniel Greenwood from the London Wildlife Trust will be leading a bat walk at Ladywell and Brockley Cemeteries. The walk will start promptly at the Brockley Road gate at 19.30.  As the Cemeteries are closed to the public at that time, late arrivals will unfortunately not be admitted.  The walk may not last the full … Continue reading Bat walk at Ladywell and Brockley Cemetery

Festival of Fieldwork – Horniman Museum

Help the Horniman Museum celebrate the Centenary year of the British Ecological Society with an innovative family learning festival of ecological fieldwork which combines expertise of Museum staff and skills of professional field ecologists. Experience first-hand some of the activities that these scientists undertake in order to monitor and make sense of the environment. Events include … Continue reading Festival of Fieldwork – Horniman Museum