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Putah Creek Bats - Flyers in the Night Sky

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Saturday, May 9th - 6:45 to 10 PM


Up to 10 species of bats could be living along Putah Creek and local wildlife biologist, Leila Harris, is conducting surveys to try and document their presence. 

Visit several secluded bat foraging locations along Putah Creek after sunset with Ms. Harris and her colleagues. Open your eyes (with night vision equipment!) and ears (with acoustic detectors!) as you learn about our local bat species, their ecological niches and behavior and their value to the Putah Creek riparian ecosystem.

Depending on our luck, we may view bats up close as the researchers conduct a capture-release survey of local bats. Watch and learn about different species as they are identified, measured and released. 

Hosted By:  Valerie Whitworth | 530-795-2009 |

Cost:  $50 per person. Hot chocolate and dessert included!
Minimum/Maximum Number of Attendees: 8 / 15    

Photo: Mexican free-tailed bat

May 9, 2015 6:45 PM through 10:00 PM
Event Fee(s)
Per Person $ 50.00
Public (includes membership) $ 70.00
Public + 1 year membership (a 50% discount!) $ 85.00

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