Wild Walk: Bats & Glow-worms at Charnwood Lodge

Friday, 30 June, 2017   9pm - 11pm
Charnwood Lodge, Whitwick, Leicester
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£3.00
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£6.00
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Join Conservation Officer Nathalie Cossa for an evening of bat and glow-worm watching. Charnwood Lodge is an important nature reserve for bats with eight different species found here. Please meet at the ‘Bomb’ rocks for an introductory talk about bats and how they utilise the nature reserve. We will then walk down to the stables to watch the bats emerging from their roosts at dusk, followed by glow-worm spotting amongst the undergrowth. NB The ground is uneven and can be very wet in places, please dress appropriately and bring a torch.

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Location

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Charnwood Lodge,
Whitwick,
Leicester

At the Forest Rock public house head towards Oaks in Charnwood. The entrance to the reserve is on the east about 0.5km along Abbey Road, (SK 458 155). Continue on the track through the member's only gate and park at the end.