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Let’s Get Batty!

batsWhat: A Night with the Bats

Where: Shaver’s Creek Environmental Center

When: Saturday, May 21st from 7 PM to 9 PM

Cost: Free, but donations are requested

More Info: I know there are some State College locals that read this blog, and if you’re bored next Saturday, there is some exciting/creepy stuff going on up at Shaver’s Creek.

[Environmental Educator Amy] Blake will introduce participants to the benefits of a healthy bat population, the challenges many bats are facing and things you can do to help bats. Guests may also help to construct bat boxes to install at Shaver’s Creek and assist Shaver’s Creek staff in the first monthly bat count for the year. Then, into the dusky hours of the night, stay to watch the amazing night departure of hundreds of bats from the center’s existing bat colony.

www.shaverscreek.org is the site to see if you are interested in more information about this program or future programming at the center.

Guests are requested to submit a reservation by calling (814) 863-2000.


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