ADV - Science at Night Guided Bat Hike
Palisade, MN 56469
Bats are an important and often overlooked part of Minnesota's ecosystems. Research scientist Morgan Swinger invites you to come and learn about the habits and diets of the bat species found in Minnesota, along with the current research and studies being conducted to protect their populations. At dusk we will head out for a short hike to explore and discover foraging bats (weather permitting) There will be plenty of mosquitoes joining us so dress appropriately.
More about Morgan Swinger: She is a research scientist at the University of Minnesota Duluth-Natural Resources Research Institute. She is currently coordinating a statewide project on northern long-eared bat habitat use, and has previously worked with black bears, painted turtles, degus, coyotes, and waterfowl. She has a B.A. in Biology from MSU Moorhead, and an M.S. in Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology from North Carolina State University.
The course cost is $15 and includes course manuals and supplies.
Meeting from 8:30 P.M. to 10:30 P.M. on:
- Saturday, June 23, 2018
Long Lake Conservation Center
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