9:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Join Rushmore Estate Operations Manager and licensed bat ecologist Jon Hayter to discover more about the species of bats which call the Rushmore Estate home. Listen in with specialist detection equipment as you move around the gardens and nearby woodland.
1 mile short loop, or 2-3 mile longer loop. Families with older children can join but please note that due to dusk times the walk will not start until approx 8.30/9pm or finish before 10.30/11pm
Terrain: Grassy and gravel paths in the gardens, woodland (dirt) paths and farmyards. Some stiles, but with gate alternatives.
Meet/Parking: Larmer Tree Gardens Car Park, nr Tollard Royal, SP5 5PY
Please wear warm clothing, stout walking boots/shoes, bring hat and gloves a flask with a hot drink and a head torch.
Booking essential – unfortunately, this event is FULLY BOOKED and we are not able to add any more names to the waiting list.
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