The Macrofacts on Microbats

Date: November 28, 2014
Time: 8 - 9.30pm

Location:

Knocklofty Reserve
Gravel car park at the top end of Forest Road, West Hobart. (Ensure you arrive early to make your way to the meeting point as the road to the car park will have pedestrian access only. Parking available on Forest Road)

For more information on the Bush Adventures program please go to http://www.hobartcity.com.au/Recreation/Bushland/Bush_Adventures

Details:

A City of Hobart Bush Adventures Event

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 a glass of wine, juice and nibbles. 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, to discover which bats call Knocklofty home.

Bring: A torch, sturdy shoes and warm clothes

Cost: $10 per person

Bookings are essential by calling 62382886

Event audience: Adults

Categories
  • biodiversity
  • Citizen Science
  • Zoology