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Volunteer Training – Identify & Survey Bats

20-04-22 18:30 - 21:00
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An evening course delivered by Principal Ecologist and bat expert Robert Bell on how to identify, record and survey the bat species found around rivers in Chesterfield. The evening will finish with a dusk bat walk around the river Hipper and Walton Dam, where we will practise using bat detectors to identify different species by their characteristic sounds.

Places are limited, so to book on please go to: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/volunteer-training-identify-survey-bats-tickets-269572106427

Training will take place at the St Thomas Centre meeting room 1. There is free on site parking and refreshments will be provided. 

This event is free of charge. 

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    Course Schedule:
    6pm                                    Arrival and food/light bites
    6.15pm-8.15pm                Indoor training talk on Surveying Bats by Robert Bell
    8.15pm-9.15pm                Outdoor bat walk trying bat detectors (this part of the training will only be held in dry weather)

     

    Access:
    The training room has a ramp and wheelchair access.
    The walk will be in the dark, along a paved riverside footpath, lanterns will be provided.
    Please contact us with queries on additional support needs

     

    To sign up email Sally at [email protected]

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