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  • Nature Walk around the reserve
    2019-08-04

    Sunday 4th August 2019
    10.30am – 12.30pm (ish)
    The walk will be led by professional ecologist Rupert Higgins who will introduce you to the different habitats on the reserve and to the wildlife that depends on them.
    Meet outside Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre.
    Booking required through
    Also see: nature walk 2019.pdf

  • Bat Walk
    2019-08-15


    Thursday 15th August 2019 20:15 – 22:15

    In our after-dark walks, we'll use "bat detectors" and shown how to identify the various species of bat which live on the reserve. Wear warm clothes and stout boots and bring a torch.

    Note that while these walks are free, numbers are limited for safety reasons. Booking is essential and you will need a ticket. The walk is not suitable for very young children as the group may walk quite fast between sites.

    Booking required through

  • Bat Walk
    2019-08-28


    Wednesday 28th August 2019 19:45 – 21:45

    In our after-dark walks, we'll useed with "bat detectors" and shown how to identify the various species of bat which live on the reserve. Wear warm clothes and stout boots and bring a torch.

    Note that while these walks are free, numbers are limited for safety reasons. Booking is essential and you will need a ticket. The walk is not suitable for very young children as the group may walk quite fast between sites.

    Booking required through

  • Bat Walk
    2019-09-07


    Wednesday 7th September 2019 19:30 – 21:30

    In our after-dark walks, we'll be use "bat detectors" and shown how to identify the various species of bat which live on the reserve. Wear warm clothes and stout boots and bring a torch.

    Note that while these walks are free, numbers are limited for safety reasons. Booking is essential and you will need a ticket. The walk is not suitable for very young children as the group may walk quite fast between sites.

    Booking required through