Wild about Jersey and Seedy Sunday

Saturday 16th February – Bats for Beginners and Introduction to the Jersey Bat Survey (JBatS)

12.15pm to 12.45 @ Le Rocquier School with Henry Glynn

  • Register on Eventbrite to reserve your training space

Learn about ‘what is a bat, bat myths, evolution and diversity, why are they so special, flight, echolocation and community, where do they live, what do they eat and how do they reproduce and bat ecology and adaptation?’

Sunday 17th February – Join us for Seedy Sunday

We will have a stall where you can join us to learn about bats, find out about what the Jersey Bat Group does and hopefully join the group and help with bat conservation in Jersey!  We will also be selling bat-themed goods.

Wild about Jersey and Seedy Sunday

Wild About Jersey will be in partnership with Seedy Sunday this year at Le Rocquier School on 16 and 17 February 2019 .

The 2019 theme is pollinators. We will discover more about pollinators in Jersey, why they matter and what you can do to help them. If you are an expert or an enthusiastic beginner with an interest in gardening and wildlife there will be something for you. You can:

  • take part in training
  • listen to expert speakers on environmental topics
  • visit the wide range of stalls and activities provided by many organisations
  • visit the seed table where you’ll find thousands of seeds for swapping

Wild About Jersey will raise your understanding of the environment. The Saturday will include free training and opportunities to encourage you to get involved with environmental projects and monitoring programmes.


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