Fieldtripper: Evening Ha-BAT-itat Exploration As the day draws to a close, it is a magical time to be outside. The daytime creatures are preparing for a night of rest and the nighttime creatures are starting to stir. Join us for an evening exploration of bat habitats with a CRD Regional Parks naturalist at Elk/Beaver Regional Park. We can’t guarantee it, but we might see bats swoop through the air to feed. Did you know they can eat up to 1000 flying insects in an hour? One lucky participant will go home with the new edition of the Royal BC Museum Handbook Bats of British Columbia! Wear suitable footwear and be prepared for rain. All ages. Meet at the grassy area adjacent to the picnic shelter in the Filter Beds parking lot off Beaver Lake Road. Getting There: BC Transit #70 or #72 or from West Saanich Road turn east onto Beaver Lake Road and drive 1.2km to the Filter Beds parking lot. From Elk Lake Drive turn west onto Beaver Lake Road and drive 800m to the Filter Beds parking lot.