An evening with bats at Tamar Lakes

EVER wondered what flies over your head at night? Devon Bat Group and South West Lakes Trust invite you to Tamar Lakes for a walk and talk to find out more about British bats. The event takes place on Friday, June 26 and starts at Upper Tamar Lake cafe

EVER wondered what flies over your head at night? Devon Bat Group and South West Lakes Trust invite you to Tamar Lakes for a walk and talk to find out more about British bats. The event takes place on Friday, June 26 and starts at Upper Tamar Lake cafe at 8.30pm with a fascinating talk by Helen Shaw of Devon Bat Group, with the chance to learn more about different bat species and their habitats. This will be followed by a guided walk to Lower Tamar Lake with bat detectors, on the lookout for Pipistrelle, Daubentons, Noctule and other bats, returning at around 10.30-11pm.The event is free, but there is a �2 car park charge, and donations to Devon Bat Group are appreciated. Numbers are limited, so to book or for more information please contact South West Lakes Trust on 01588 771930 or info@swlakestrust.org.uk


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