Discover the many wonders of the only mammal that can fly. Find out how
bats live, hunt, echolocate and adapt to their habitat using their
unique bodies. Because bats are nocturnal, we will not see any live bats
during the program. Instead, we will explore their habitat with unique
props and activities. Bats really are beautiful; learn why in this
interactive forest adventure. Students will learn about some changes
that affect animals (e.g., hibernation, migration, decline in
population) and how bats are important to their environment. They will
also learn about the ecosystem in Stanley Park including the plants
there and the importance of sustainability and being responsible for the
Please ensure students are dressed for the weather as this program is
held entirely outside.
Students will be learning through hands-on
activities, and walking on and off trails and on uneven and rocky ground
so appropriate footwear is required.
Friday Nov. 18
Suitable for grades:
Minimum # of participants needed: 20
Maximum # of participants: 36
Heritage Community cost: $11
General Community cost: $16.50
long sleeved shirt and sweater • Long pants - no dresses • Good walking
shoes which can get wet or muddy. NO flip flops or sandals or umbrella.
If sunny: Sunscreen and hat • If raining: Waterproof jacket with hat •
If cold: Warm gloves and a hat • water bottle
HCOS priority until:
Application deadline: October 31st
**Payment by HCOS PO# or credit card.
Fees are processed at time of submission. If we are unable to accommodate your student, a refund will be issued as soon as possible after the camp application deadline.
off Pipeline Rd in Stanley Parkat the gates to the Miniature RailwayVancouver, British Columbia Canada
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