Social ‘Bat Watch’ event, Turrella Reserve, Friday March 6th, 6.30-8pm

Bring a picnic dinner and the family to a fun social event, and enjoy a great urban wildlife experience – a real ‘David Attenborough moment’.

 

Kick back, and enjoy the sight of thousands of Flying-foxes streaming out from their camp just after dusk. There will be some batty craft for the kids, and information about Flying-foxes available.

 

Where – At Turrella Reserve beside Wolli creek. Enter via Henderson St. Turrella, or Finlays Ave. Earlwood (please note, there are no toilets at Turrella Reserve)

 

When – Friday 6th March from 6-30 to 8-00 pm.

 

Bring a picnic dinner, picnic rug, chairs, and some insect repellant.

 

More info: bats@wollicreek.org.au

 

Download the flyer Bat Watch060315flyer

 

 

 

Grey-headed Flying-fox at Wolli creek - skimming the water in order to drink

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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