All about Bats

All about Bats

at Small Arms Inspection Building

Join us for a night of adventure as you take in a presentation on bats and why they are important in our communities.

Afterwards, hike into the woods as citizen scientists by listening to the world of bats through a special bat detector. This program is recommended for families with children over the age of 6.

  • Hike Distance: 3 km
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Surface Type: Crushed limestone and pavement
  • Age Range: Family Friendly
  • Meeting Place: Inside the Small Arms Inspection Building for a fun presentation

Washrooms are available on site. This event will take place rain or shine. Please dress for the weather, including closed-toed shoes and sun/rain protection. You will be notified if the hike needs to be cancelled due to extreme weather.

TRCA is committed to creating an accessible experience for all participants. If you require an accommodation, please email stephanie.parish@trca.ca at least 7 days prior to the event.

Friday, August 16, 2019 - 8:00pm to 10:00pm
Free Event
Contact Us
For more information Contact:
Steph Parish
647-646-9695

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