Come learn about bats with Friends of the River Banks at Sutter’s Landing Park on the evening of Saturday, May 11. As in past years, Boulevard Park resident JoEllen Arnold will be sharing her knowledge of these wonderful and fascinating winged mammals. She will bring three live “education bats” of three different species that are among the approximately 15 species of bat that are native to this area. Bat detectors with ultrasonic microphones will be used to listen for and to help us see bats as they emerge to hunt for insects in the gathering darkness along the river bank. Meet at 7:00 p.m.
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