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NATIVE PLANTS FOR LOCAL BATS
October 7(CT)10:00 am - 11:30 am
NATIVE PLANTS FOR LOCAL BATS: Become a Good Bat Neighbor – with Jen Woronecki-Ellis
Native Plants, Natural Landscapes – Gibson Woods Chapter 38
Many of our bats are becoming endangered, but people can take simple steps to help!
The Good Bat Neighbor (GBN) Program helps inform about the plight of bats, and how to protect and restore their habitat right in your own backyard. Learn how to create a Bat Garden with native plants, and improve habitat with actions as easy as reducing Artificial Light at Night (ALAN).
Bats have a uphill battle – habitat loss, pesticide use, a deadly infection spread by humans… Yet, they help us so much – they eat disease-causing insects, protect crops from agricultural pests, and fertilize everywhere thy go. Won’t you give them a helping hand, too?
This presentation is up to 90 minutes – with Q&A. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, but you must RSVP via our Website. You can also join via Zoom by registering via our Website. https://gibsonwoods.wildones.org/meetings-events/