#CAVWChallenge: Badger Watch

An evening walk to our badger viewing area learning about badgers as you go. Have the chance to view badgers, bats and other nocturnal creatures. Includes a 45 minute walk to the sett. Visit in May and early June and you might see cubs!

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Date:

Saturday 12 August 2017 7:00pm until 10:00 pm

Price:
Adult £10.00 and Child £5.00

Get tickets from:
www.scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk/events


Event's Address:

Falls of Clyde Wildlife Reserve and Visitor Centre Falls of Clyde, New Lanark, ML11 9DB Lanark, United Kingdom

Numbers limited to 15 people.

Over 8 years only.

Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

Busy on this date? We are also running this event on the 10th June, 1st July, 22nd July and 12th August.

Can’t make any date? Contact the Ranger to arrange your own group Badger Watch on a date that suits you – [email protected]ifetrust.org.uk.

Booking essential.

This event is part of the Clyde and Avon Valley Wildlife Challenge 2017 - see if you can tick off any wildlife from the 12 species list and don't forget to choose one of the 12 species to submit a short story on to the 500 Word Challenge! Find out more by clicking the Clyde and Avon Valley Wildlife Challenge link below.

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