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Bats: Who they are, where they live, and who they benefit - Meg Lunnum, Bats Northwest
Join Bats Northwest and bat rehabilitator, Meg Lunnum, for an introduction to our local furry friends of the night skies. Bats make numerous contributions to the quality of life on earth and provide important benefits to the welfare of humans. Our world wouldn’t be the same without them. Bats are the main predators of night-flying bugs, including agricultural pests and mosquitos. In other parts of the world, bats are important pollinators for fruits, flowers, and many medicinal plants.

Listen to Meg as she dispels myths and misconceptions surrounding our bat friends. We will explore which bats live in the NW, what habitats they use, what they eat, and how we can take steps to protect these important species. Did you know that one Washington bat can eat 1200 mosquitos in an hour? Did you know bats are a common urban wildlife species? Do you know what plants can benefit bats? Do you have questions about where and what kind of bat house to put up on your property?

Apr 30, 2022 07:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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