Daubenton's Bat

Daubenton;s Bat, myotis daubentoni, adult, trawling for food, england - Dale Sutton/2020vision

Bats at Byrons Pool

Location: Byron's Pool, Byron's Pool, Cambridgeshire, CB2 9LG
An evening walk to find bats at Byron's Pool in Grantchester with the Cambridge Local Group

Event details

Meeting point

Meet at Byron’s Pool car park. OS Explorer 209: 439549


21.00 - 23.30
A static map of Bats at Byrons Pool

About the event

Join David Seilly and Anita Joysey (Cambridge Local Group Committee) for a guided walk to listen and look for bats at Byron’s Pool and surrounding area. With a diverse range of habitats, this area is ideal for bats, with Daubenton’s (the “water bat”) being particularly common and easy to see feeding over the water.


Phone number



Free but donations to the Wildlife Trust welcome

Suitable for

Families, Children, Adults, Experts, Beginners

Know before you go


On a lead


People with limited mobility please contact organiser in advance

Wheelchair access

Wheelchair users please contact organiser in advance

Hearing loop


What to bring

Suitable shoes and clothing - it may be damp underfoot! bring a torch

Parking information

Parking available at Byron's Pool car park OS Explorer 209: 439549

Bicycle parking

Byrons Pool car park

Contact us

Anita Joysey
Contact number: 07866 935246

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