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Join Ely Local Group and Ely Wildlife Watch as they investigate the night-time denizens of Roswell Pits.
Although humans tend to head indoors as darkness descends, sunset is the cue for much of our wildlife to emerge.
Using bat detectors and moth traps we aim to discover what creatures can be found around Roswell Pits once night has fallen.
Previous searches in the area have revealed good numbers of bats, including Daubenton’s, a relatively large species which can be viewed skimming over the water.
Numerous species of moths have also been recorded, including the stunning elephant hawkmoth, beautiful burnished brass and wonderfully named setaceous Hebrew character.
FREE event but booking is advisable: Will Burdett on 01353 661339 or at [email protected] (contact for further information, accessibility advice or directions).
Suitable for adults and children.
- Parking available
- Kid friendly
Booking is advisable: Will Burdett on 01353 661339 or at [email protected] (contact for further information, accessibility advice or directions).