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Bat Walk at Ardan Wood

Nstive Woodland Trust

Did you know that bats aren’t blind, they don’t get stuck in your hair and they hunt using sonar? If you would like to find out more about these amazing little creatures then join the Native Woodland Trust on a guided bat walk at their Ardan Wood Nature reserve located in-between Kilbeggan and Tyrrellspass Co Westmeath. This guided walk will be taking place on Saturday 27th July at 21:10, meeting in Tyrrellspass.

This guided walk will be a great opportunity to learn loads about our native bats while seeing and hearing them in the wild. The meeting point for this event is the Tyrrellspass Castle carpark in Tyrrellspass Co Westmeath at 21:10. This event is open to all and all ages are welcome. It is free of charge for Native Woodland Trust members with a €4 suggested donation for non-members. To book onto this event or for details and directions contact Kieran at 087 1953629 or at kieran.flood@nativewoodlandtrust.ie

Date: Saturday 27th July
Price: €4 suggested donation for non-members, free for members.
Location: Ardan Wood, County Westmeath
Contact: Kieran.flood@nativewoodlandtrust.ie
Website: www.nativewoodlandtrust.ie

Meeting Point: Tyrellspass Square, Tyrellspass, Co Westmeath [contact us for directions]
Meeting Time: 21:00
Event Finish: 23:30

Source: HortiTrends News Room