VT Fish and Wildlife Presents: Got Bats?

Past event
Mar 23, 2023, 6 to 7 PM

As much as I've tried to get Alyssa Bennett, Vermont's small mammal biologist, to do a repeat performance of the Got Bats? program in Charlotte this spring she will be too busy due to the multiple species of bats that have either just recently been reclassified to federally endangered or are proposed for that protection and she needs to be devoting her time determining the significance of the federal listings into her otherwise busy schedule.

The good news is, thanks to the Ferrisburgh Conservation Commission, she will be presenting her fantastic program next week at the Ferrisburgh Town Hall!

GOING BATTY? MARCH 23, 2023 @6-7PM Come learn about Vermont's flying mammals from state wildlife biologist Alyssa Bennett from the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department. As these animals prepare to leave their underground hibernation sites and fly north from warmer climates, join us for an update on winter and summer population trends, the latest disease and treatment research to combat White-nose Syndrome, and what you can do in your own backyard to help Vermont's nine bat species.

This free program will be held in person at the Ferrisburgh Town Offices located on Route 7.

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Town Hall and Community Center, U.S. 7, Ferrisburgh, VT

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