Last Updated January 2013
Priory Country Park
Bedford MK41 9SH Tel : 01234 211182 firstname.lastname@example.org
Every year the park rangers organise a series of bat walks at Priory and the bat group goes along to help. Places are limited to twenty people. A pleasant stroll around water bodies & woodland with bat detectors, while keeping a record of bat activity. A great way to get fresh air in the dark, learn more and see the bats in action. Comfy walking shoes and a torch are recommended. We provide bat detectors.
suitable for those with limited mobility .
You can expect good views of pipistrelles over the paths , Daubenton’s Bat on the finger lakes and Noctules flying overhead. This is also the only known site in the county for Nathusius pipistrelles.
Bat walks 2013
- Friday 31st May (21:00)
- Friday 28th June (21:30)
- Friday 26th July (21:00)
- Friday 26th August (20:00)
- Friday 13th September (19:30)
Book with the Park Rangers.
Bats and Boats
These are run from the Viking Kayak club in central Bedford and you will be leading a bat walk, in a rafted canoe, for about six members of the public.
· Tuesday August 6th 20:30·
Tuesday August 27th 20:00
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