Wolli ‘Bat Watch’ picnic is on again – Friday 10th March, 2017, Turrella Reserve

The popular ‘Bat Watch’ Picnic event is on again this year – Friday 10th March, 2017 at Turrella Reserve, Earlwood.


Bring your kids, picnic food, drinks, rug, chairs, insect repellent etc.

 

Relax and enjoy the great urban ‘David Attenborough’ experience of watching thousands of Grey-headed Flying foxes flying out to feed for the night.

 

Kids’ “batty” craft activities from 6.30 pm.

 

For more information contact bats@wollicreek.org.au (the event is sponsored by Wolli Creek Preservation Society, NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, Bayside Council, Canterbury-Bankstown Council, Sydney Trains, as part of activities in support of the Flying-fox camp at Turrella under a grant from the NSW Environmental Trust).

 

The picnic is one of many activities happening during Australasian Bat Month -see Australasian Bat Society: Home

 

See a video of last year’s event here https://youtu.be/KefhGW8kxvQ

Download the flyer for the event Bat Watch Picnic 10.03.17

 

Photo: Laura Zusters


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