Macrofacts on Microbats

Date: March 13, 2015
Time: 7.30 - 9.00 pm

Location:

Waterworks Reserve
Waterworks Road; RIDGEWAY

Details:

Did you know there are over 1000 different species of bat worldwide?

Do you know how many Tasmania has?

Join local bat expert, Dr Lisa Cawthen, as she unlocks the secret world of bats over supper. You’ll discover all there is to know about bats – where they live, what they do and how they do it. A sunset talk will be followed by a night time walk to see what bats we can spot and discover which bats call Waterworks Valley home.

Bring: A torch and warm clothes

Meet: Waterworks Reserve, just inside the gate on Waterworks Rd, Ridgeway (please park outside the gate as the gates will be locked during the activity)

Cost: $8 per person (includes supper)

 

Bookings are essential for all Bush Adventures. For enquiries and bookings please contact the City of Hobart on 6238 2886 (BH). Payments made by credit card incur a 1% surcharge.

Activities may be cancelled in the event of unsuitable weather conditions (such as severe fire danger) or unforeseen circumstances. If this occurs a refund or credit will be given.

For all activities please bring a drink and wear suitable clothing, solid shoes and a hat.

These events are brought to you by Hobart City Council’s Bush Adventures Program.

Event audience: Everyone