14. November 2019 - 18:15 till 20:00
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Bat Ramble | Botanic Park | Thursday, 14. November 2019

Local bat researchers and experts (Terry Reardon, SA Museum; Wayne Boardman, University of Adelaide; Jason Van Weenan, Department for Environment and Water) will take attendees on an informative walking tour, stopping at significant locations to discuss the incredible story of the Grey-headed Flying-fox.
Find out how they came to be in Adelaide, their ecology, behaviour and why we should protect them. There will be ample time to have your questions about these magnificent mammals answered by the experts.
Location
Attendees for the Bat Ramble will meet at the entrance to Botanic Park off Frome Road. The tour will follow a loop in the local area, returning to the entrance to Botanic Park.

FAQs
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Please consider your options for catching public transport. The area is easily accessed on foot or by bicycle. Parking may be available on War Memorial Drive, along Frome Road near the Zoo or on Victoria Drive. 
What can I bring into the event?
Water bottle, suitable clothing as it may rain or cool down into the evening.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please get in touch with us at sustainability@

Click here if you are interested in the Bat Ramble event for educators only on 31 October.