Bat walk at Nunhead Reservoir and Cemetery

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Event details

Sat, 08/09/2018 - 7:00pm - 9:45pm

Join London Wildlife Trust staff for a bat walk at Nunhead Reservoir and Nunhead Cemetery

London Wildlife Trust and Thames Water are working together in order to deliver a programme of guided walks from July 2018 to March 2019.

Join the Trust on Saturday 8 September at Nunhead Reservoir to enjoy the views over London and learn about the Great North Wood and bats. Followed by a walk around Nunhead Cemetery were hopefully there will be the opportunity to detect them.

Bat calls are largely undetectable to the human ear so we will be using bat detectors to listen to the sounds of these wonderful mammals.

Bats use sonar or echolocation to hunt for prey during the night, sending sound out into the world around them to create an aural picture of their surroundings. Each bat has a different call from which they can be identified.

Previous walks at Nunhead Cemetery have provided sightings of bats, but patience is required in the early stages. If there is heavy rain or thunderstorms the walk will be postponed to a later date.

Booking is essential as spaces are limited to 30 people.  Please book onto the event here.


Venue location

Nunhead Reservoir, Water Mews,
Greater London,
SE15 3LD

Event information

Saturday 8th September 2018
7:00pm - 9:45pm
Price / Donation
Suitable for All Ages
Joining Instructions

Please see event details for how to book.  Please meet at the entrance to Nunhead Reservoir on Water Mews SE15 3LD.

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Nunhead Reservoir, Water Mews,
Greater London,
SE15 3LD
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