The SPOOKY Halloween ANIMALS which live among us with Chris…

The SPOOKY Halloween ANIMALS which live among us with Chris...

Naturalist and TV presenter Chris Packham will explore the wild side of Halloween with a free public lecture including live animal demonstrations. On Monday, October 31, Chris – who is a visiting professor in the University of Lincoln’s School of Life Sciences – will offer audiences an insight into some of the mysterious creatures we traditionally associate with this spooky season.READ MORE: Family fun around Lincolnshire – 42 events for a spine-chilling HALF TERM His talk and demonstration, titled All About Bats and Owls, is free to attend and is open to people of all ages. Places are limited so bookings should be made in advance.
Learn how bats live and find out about the vital ecological role they play. With support from the Bat Conservation Trust, of which Chris is president, the talk will give audiences the chance to observe a live demonstration of pipistrelle bats. Chris said: “Bats have so many attributes which tickle the naturalist’s fancy. Many of them look quirky so we are fascinated by their bizarre physiology and, relative to so many other animals, they are inaccessible and this tantalises us as we struggle to know them better.” Chris…

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