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What animal blows raspberries in the night?

Tonight I went for a walk with the Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust in Harpendon Common. It wasn’t a long walk, but we weren’t there to get the miles in, we were there to find bats! 818 more words

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Bat Walk Tonight

Steve is leading a Bat Walk tonight at Chalk Farm, Wellesley Woodlands.  The weather looks like it should have cleared by then so the bats will be out and about so come on a  dusk walk listening to and spotting bats.   37 more words

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Bat Walk 9th September

Steve is leading a Bat Walk for the Trust on the 9th September at Shepherd Meadows.  Due to an error in typing, the advertising says to meet at 7pm.  32 more words

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Bat Walk with London Wildlife Trust in Crystal Palace Park

Join London Wildlife Trust and learn to identify bats from their ultrasonic calls using bat detectors.

This event is free and open to everyone and there is no need to book.

Contact Sam for more information

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Bat walk, Nunhead Cemetery - Friday 24 June 2016, 9pm

Guided bat walk using bat detectors in Nunhead Cemetery led by London Wildlife Trust

Join London Wildlife Trust and the Friends of Nunhead Cemetery for a guided bat walk in this stunning Victorian Cemetery. 176 more words

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Bat walk at Sydenham Wells Park, Friday 10 June, 8.30pm-10pm

Guided bat walk at Sydenham Wells Park

Join London Wildlife Trust staff and volunteers for our annual bat walk at Sydenham Wells Park. Bat calls are largely undetectable to the human ear and so we will be using bat detectors to listen to the sounds of these wonderful mammals. 148 more words

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