Bat Talk and Walk

City of Olympia
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date of Release: June 14, 2018
Contact:

Michelle Stevie
Habitat Biologist
360.753.8336
mstevie@ci.olympia.wa.us


Bat Talk and Walk

Learn about Local Bats

What do human fingertips have in common with a bat’s wing? Both have tactile sensory cells called Merkel cells, which are only found in the skin of vertebrates. Interested in these intriguing flying mammals? Join us, along with local bat expert Greg Falxa for a fun, fact-filled bat talk and walk to learn about bat habitat needs, basic bat biology and their unique life strategies.

Bat Talk (Registration Required)

Friday, June 22 at 7 p.m.

Traditions Café and World Folk Art

300 5th Avenue SW, Olympia

Bat Walk (No Registration Required)

Friday, June 22 at 9 p.m.

Heritage Park on Capitol Lake (Across from Traditions Café)

To register for the Bat Talk, visit www.streamteam.info and click on “register”. No registration is needed for the Bat Walk.