They Fly with their Hands


Bats are flying mammals that use their webbed forelimbs as wings. 12 species are found in Malta.

To find out more about these intriguing mammals join us for an illustrated talk by John J Borg Principal Curator – National Museum of Natural History

Place Lecture Hall – National Museum of Natural History, Vilhena Palace, Mdina

Date Friday 15th April 2011

Time 18.30 hrs

The talk will be followed by a walk around Mdina during which a bat detector will be used to find and identify bats as they fly in the Silent City.

An event organized jointly by Nature Trust (Malta) and the National Museum of Natural History

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1 Response to They Fly with their Hands

  1. How can i be come a member?

    Thanks
    Salvatore.

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