Bat Walks at Sherwood Forest
Did you know that a pipistrelle bat can devour over 3,000 midges a night, and baby bats cling to their mothers when mum flies in search of food? Join us on this evening walk to learn more about the bats of Sherwood Forest and their association with the world famous ancient oak trees here. This event will involve a gentle stroll of approximately 1.5 miles and finishes in the dark. Please bring a low powered torch and insect repellent is recommended. Bat Walks are taking place at Sherwood Forest on: Friday 24 May 2019 Friday 16 August 2019 Friday 6 September 2019 Unfortunately this event is not suitable for wheelchair users. Not suitable for under 8’s. Due to the sensitivity of wildlife, we ask that you don’t bring along dogs.
Organised by: RSPB
Unfortunately this event is not suitable for wheelchair users or under 8's.