If stalking nightlife by torchlight and infrared cameras, guided by a bat expert, sounds like your kind of exciting adventure, then sign up for one of our events being held this month in partnership with the Leschenault Catchment Council.
Night walks with Perth-based bat specialist Joe Tonga will be held:
- Friday, March 24: Pratt Road environmental reserve, Eaton
6.00pm to 8.00pm starting at Leschenault Scout Hall, Eaton
- Saturday, March 25: Crooked Brook Forest
6.00pm to 8.00pm starting at the Crooked Brook Fire Shed
Joe will provide participants with a presentation on bat biology and with his array of super cool technology and equipment (Did somebody say scorpion torch?), you can be guaranteed to see a whole host of shy night-time fauna.
Bookings are essential and ticket price is $5.00 or $15 for a family ( 2 adults, 2 kids).
To book your place contact Chris Howe at Leschenault Catchment Council by Monday, March 20 via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 9791 4773.
You will need to bring a torch and wear clothing suitable for walking through the bush at night.