Learn about bats and how they benefit us

  • Herald Staff
  • Monday, June 16, 2014 3:55pm
  • Life

Kathleen Bander, of Bats Northwest, will explain the species of bats often seen in the Pacific Northwest, how they live, how we benefit from them, and how we can provide shelter for them at 7 p.m. Wednesdayat the Camano Multipurpose Center (blue building), 141 E. Camano Drive.

Bander will also discuss what’s being done to conserve bats worldwide.

The Camano Wildlife Habitat Project, sponsored by Friends of Camano Island Parks, hosts this free public presentation. For information, call 360-387-2236, go to www.camanowildlifehabitat.org or e-mail camanowildlifehabitat@gmail.com.

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