Mon, 12 Aug | The Banshee Labyrinth

Tracey Jolliffe - The Secret World of Bats

Bats are the best mammals. That's a fact, and I won't be entertaining any questions on that issue. Want to know why bats are the best? Come along and find out.
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Tracey Jolliffe - The Secret World of Bats

Time & Location

12 Aug 2019, 19:20 – 20:20
The Banshee Labyrinth, 29-35 Niddry St, Edinburgh EH1 1LG, UK

About the Event

 Skeptics of the Fringe Presents:

Tracey Jolliffe - The Secret World of Bats

Bats are the best mammals. That's a fact, and I won't be entertaining any questions on that issue. Want to know why bats are the best? Come along and find out.

Tracey Jolliffe began her working life as a Veterinary Nurse, spending years working in small animal practice, before attending university as a mature student. She gained a BSc in Biomedical Sciences and an MSc in Medical Microbiology. Now working for NHS Scotland as a Biomedical Scientist doing diagnostic microbiology, she has also worked as a Research Scientist in the rabies laboratory at The Animal & Plant Health Agency (DEFRA), and as a Senior Scientist in the Rare & Imported Pathogens Laboratory at Porton Down. She has been caring for sick and injured bats for 25 years, and has attended a residential course on bat care in the USA. She regularly gives talks and leads workshops on bats and bat care, both locally and nationally.

Twitter - @The_BatNurse

Similar events on the Fringe normally cost around £10 but all our Fringe events are free and non-ticketed. Entry is first-come-first-served basis and we will ask for a donation to help cover our costs. Your support is very welcome. Venue is strictly over-18 and access is via a narrow staircase. If you need help getting access, please let us know in advance (email contact@edskeptics.co.uk) and we will try to help. 

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