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BLUE MOUNTAINS BAT NIGHT

When: Friday 10th March at 6.30pm onwards Where: NPWS Heritage Centre, Govetts Leap Rd, Blackheath IT’S A BAT FEST!! Bat cave for the kids Bat talks Bat films Bat walks (bring torches) Download PDF

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Meet a Bat Night, Saturday 4 March 2017

Get to meet flying-foxes up close in a safe environment and learn much more about them! What’s happening: bat encounter, bat talk, displays, kids’ craft, light refreshments provided and finally, watch the spectacular fly-out as the flying-foxes leave their roost

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Meet a Bat Night

Get to meet flying-foxes up close in a safe environment and learn much more about them! What’s happening: bat encounter, bat talk, displays, kids’ craft, light refreshments provided and finally, watch the spectacular fly-out as the flying-foxes leave their roost

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What a great gift idea for anyone interested in bat conservation, or bats in general!

2016 CALENDAR : “A Year in the Life of a Grey-Headed Flying-Fox” is the brainchild of Wildlife Ecologist Jacob Sife. The calendar has a month-by-month format:  each month features stunning images of flying-foxes going about their daily business along with an

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Meet a Bat Evening – Saturday 21 November 2015

  Date: Saturday 21 November 2015, Time: 6.30 pm – 8.15 pm What’s on: meet live flying-foxes up close (in a safe environment), your questions answered, displays, craft activities for kids, refreshments, watch the spectacular nightly fly-out approximately 20 minutes

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Turpentines – good licking

Turpentines – good licking for flying-foxes Nectar and pollen: a balanced diet for flying- foxes Turpentines will soon be flowering. Listen for flying-foxes in them at night.  Nectar Nectar forms in the centre of each flower at night. This carbohydrate

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