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Spooky Bat-Spotting Saunter
October 28 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Children are invited to join the Jersey Bat Group upstairs in the exciting biodiversity exhibition in the attic of Quétivel Mill just before dusk, to learn all about Jersey’s local bat species.
Then, as darkness starts to fall, we will grab our Bat Detectors and walk along a woodland path lined with jack-o’-lanterns to the Mill Pond at Le Don Gaudin, to see what we can find.
We will then finish up back at the Mill to warm up with a hot drink, and the chance to chat to the Bat Group.
Fancy dress is optional but encouraged!
Equipment will be provided. Meeting point: Quétivel Mill. Please wear warm clothes and footwear that you won’t mind getting a bit muddy, and bring a raincoat.
Tickets are available at £10 for members, please click here to join us. Your support helps us to continue to protect the Island’s wonderful natural areas and stage events such as these.
Please ensure that children are accompanied by an adult (accompanying adults go free) and note that tickets are only required for children although refreshments will be provided for adults.
Suitable for ages 5 – 11