Tom Marshall

Bat Ecology

Location: Nower Wood Educational Nature Reserve, Mill Way, Leatherhead, England, KT22 8QA
Fully booked
Delve into the dark world of bats and learn about their unique biology and ecology.

Event details


A static map of Bat Ecology

About the event

Spend a fascinating evening with Derek Smith of the Surrey Bat Group learning the unique biology & ecology of our local bat community. This very interactive evening begins with a classroom session, where a live bat will help you to understand and learn about the speicies. We will then take a walk through the ancient woodland of the Nower Wood Educational Nature Reserve in search of the bats that call this place home.

Here are just a few of the comments made after our last Bat Ecology course:

'Really well run and thoroughly enjoyable evening – thank you!'

'Hands on with live bats – overall a very enjoyable and easily digestible session.'

Please bring along a torch and wear sturdy walking boots.



members £23, non-members £35

Suitable for


Know before you go

What to bring

Please wear sturdy walking boots and bring a torch.

Parking information

free parking is available.


Picnic area
Disabled toilet

Contact us

adult learning team
Contact number: 01372379523