Bat box building workshop at Woodman Point Regional Park (January 22, 2009)

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In this hands-on workshop, participants will learn how to build successful bat boxes, also discover unusual facts about the bats themselves. Completed bat boxes will be placed at the Woodman Point Regional Park. They will be monitored and studied for activity.  Imagine building a box knowing that the little bats will love you for having giving them a beautiful home.

By returning to this web site we will keep you informed of when the bats come, take photos and display a map of the bat boxes so you can go and visit them.

What will we cover?

  • What local species are around
  • The type of habitat bats require
  • What they eat and why they are important for our ecosystem
  • How they use echo location to navigate

Who should attend?

  • Families- a great way to share time together
  • Anyone who wants to contribute in a practical way to help the bats
  • learn woodworking skills

Additional Information:

Bookings are essential. Contact Nearer to Nature on (08) 9295 2244 or n2n@dec.wa.gov.au

In the Summer program it is under “Budding Bat Box Builders”

Venue and Date:

When: January 22, 2009 (1pm – 3pm)

Where: Dept of Environment and Conservation Depot (look for the Nearer to Nature sign)

How to get there:

Map here

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