Night-time Flyers at Macaulay Mountain C.A.

 Friday, May  30, 9 - 10:30 PM

This event will run only if current restrictions are no longer in place - check back for details 

Join Mark Read, biologist at Murphys Point Provincial Park, for this ‘drop-in’ session where we will be looking for bats, moths and more.  Mark will have a bat detector with him for the early part of the evening.  As darkness sets in, he will be switching over to the moth sheet and checking  out the night's finds.

Please bring a flashlight.  A camera may be useful.  Dress appropriately and wear suitable footwear for uneven terrain.  Check this website for cancellations because of weather

Event Address:  Macaulay Mountain Conservation Area,  224 County Road 8, Picton
Admission:  free
Parking (free  courtesy of Quinte Conservation), portable washrooms, stroller friendly, dogs on leash, beware of ticks and poison ivy
Contact:  for information Mark 613-217-1246,