Bat Watch Picnic – Friday 8 March 2019, Turrella Reserve, Earlwood

Join us for our annual Bat Watch Picnic held during Australasian Bat Month

This is a great family event, and an opportunity to see one of the great ‘urban David Attenborough moments’, as thousands of Grey-headed Flying-foxes stream out from their roosting camp beside Wolli creek. Learn more about these fascinating native mammals.

Where: Turrella Reserve, Earlwood

When:  Friday 8 March 2019; craft activities start from 6.30 pm, until dark (approx. 8 pm)

BYO picnic, rug, chair, insect repellent.

More info. from bats@wollicreek.org.au

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