Bat Habitat Lecture & Workshop

City of Olympia
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date of Release: December 27, 2017
Contact:

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


Bat Habitat Lecture & Workshop

Did you know there are 1300 species of bats worldwide? Bats can be found in many habitats and climates, and there are few places they cannot survive. Bats, like all animals, need the three basic essentials for survival: plenty of food, water and shelter, with a safe place to hide from predators. Join Stream Team and local bat expert Greg Falxa to learn more about what our local bat species require and how you can enhance your backyard to provide for their needs.

Join us on Saturday, January 6th from 10 a.m. – Noon at LOTT WET Science Center, 500 Adams Street NE, Olympia. The workshop will include a habitat lecture and a chance to build your own individual bat house. Note: Limit of one bat house per family. Families are asked to register as a group. Register at www.streamteam.info