Monday, 25 June 2012

Some thing of interest

Hi All, Chris spotted this a thought it would be on interest........

From: Paula Hughes  

Understanding British Bats (Lifelong Learning Course AD305)

This course gives a thorough introduction to British bats. Species identification including dried/pickled specimens, life cycles, habits and habitats will be just some of the topics covered in the workshops. Practical and field exercises will involve a guide to summer and winter roosting sites and flight corridors, feeding patterns and behaviour. There will be late evening bat watch(es) using ‘’bat detectors’’. The distribution and status of these mammals, including BAP species and Wildlife Law, will be discussed briefly. Come and learn about British bats with an expert ecologist and with an interesting venue to explore. For this course it is advisable to stay on site or close by due to the late evening sessions.

Tutor: Fred Slater
Venue: Cilgerran Welsh Wildlife Centre 13/07/12-15/07/12
To enrol contact
For more details about the course: click here 


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