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We're here at Montgomery Hall Park in Staunton! Come see us! ... See MoreSee Less
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We're leading this event. Come see us! However, we will not, I repeat not, have a flying fox for you! We will, however, see big browns, possibly eastern reds, and maybe some of our smaller bats. How will we know what they are? By deploying bat detectors! Come on out and join in the fun.An Evening with BatsCome to Montgomery Hall Park on Friday, May 20 from 7:30pm-8:45pm, to watch the bats fly and to eavesdrop on their ultrasonic calls with several types of bat detectors. Leslie Sturges of The Save Lucy Foundation will share her expertise and equipment to shed light on our local nighttime flyers. Program recommended for ages 5+. We will meet in the parking lot behind the Irene Givens Admin Building. Free program ... See MoreSee Less
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Awesome example and explanation for why red bats are so often encountered on the ground! ... See MoreSee Less
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Hey Augusta & Rockingham county homeschoolers! Looking for a science experience with BATS??We'll be in Weyers Cave this Thursday 5/ 12 at 11am.Learn about the bats of Virginia and how they contribute to agriculture and native ecosystems. We'll talk about mammals, flight, and echolocation! An Ambassador Bat or two will be there too! To register and get location details, please contact Ms. Zimmerman via TEXT at 540-280-2606. ... See MoreSee Less
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