Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Durrell TV: Henry Hangs Out With The Bats, Talks Conservation


Our congratulations are going out to Durrell Wildlife, after the launch of their latest project: Durrell TV!

We're thrilled to bring you this first episode of Durrell TV! It's a round-up of October's top stories from Durrell...
Posted by Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust on Wednesday, November 18, 2015


Today the charity posted the first episode of the series, and it includes an exclusive interview with their ambassador, and footage of Henry hanging out with the bats that live at the park on his native island of Jersey.


And what can be cuter than seeing Supes feed bats and take selfies with them?

How about naming one "Ben.."


You can keep up with Henry's work at Durrell, by visiting cavillconservation.com. Read his latest messages to fans, plus learn about the different ways you can help him save animals from extinction. And make sure to stop by the Cavill Conservation store for some great holiday gift ideas!

8 comments:

  1. Learnt something new about bats! Awesome. I was also wondering which episode of top gear does he appear?

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    1. He was supposed to be in the final episode this past season, but after the Clarkson scandal it never happened. Hopefully we'll see him on the show in the future. http://www.henrycavillnews.com/2015/06/henry-will-not-appear-on-top-gear-there.html

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    2. Awe sad news :c

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  3. Todo un encanto. Y claro, como no se iba a llamar Ben su murciélago ♥♥♥

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    1. Translation for morochasound November 18, 2015 at 9:12 PM by Rebecca
      All charm. And, of course, as if he wasn't going to call his bat Ben ♥♥♥

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  4. Where was Henry the bat whisper this past Summer when one got into my house? lol

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  5. Bats are our friends! Seriously, they eat lots of damaging insects and pollinate flowers. There is a large cave system close to my home and there is a very active education/conservation program there. Fascinating!

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