Join us for a fascinating insight into Ouseburn’s nocturnal neighbours!
What noise does a Pipistrelle make when it cathes it’s prey? How does a Daubenton’s use it’s tail as a spoon?
Join us on a Bat Safari to discover the sights and sound’s of urban Ouseburn’s Chiroptera. Using our expertise as bat surveyors, as well as our endless intrigue for bat ecology, we will introduce you to the diverse and awe-inspiring sounds of different bat species as they go about their nightly routines.
Our specialist equipment will also bring a new level to eavesdropping on bats… Our Echo Meter Touch 2 PRO, will allow you to be able to hear, but also see the ultrasonic echolocation calls of bats on a colour spectrogram! We will also have heterodyne Magenta 4 detectors to use, pefect to scroll through and pinpoint the exact individual contact calls of bats.
Perhaps we will hear the drip-dropping of large Noctules as they pass through their nightly commute, or even the rapid-fire of Daubentons as they hunt invertebrates over the water.
- Join local naturalists on a bat safari!
- Discover the various species living in the Ouseburn
- Hear bats socialise and feed using Magenta 4 detectors
- SEE their ultrasonic echolocation calls on a colour spectrogram with our Echo Meter Touch 2 PRO
- Suitable for all ages. Under 18’s must be accompanied by an adult.
- Spaces are limited, book quick to avoid disappointment!