Bat Habitat Workshop
16 August @ 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
Massachusetts is home to NINE species of bats. Sadly, five of those species are endangered. Bats provide pollination, seed disbursal, and pest management. They do a lot of work to balance ecosystems all over the world. They also produce some of the very best plant fertiliser you can get.
We’ll talk about each of the bat species that live in our area, about their diets and wild habitat, and how we can help them to thrive and be happy right in our own backyards. Each participant will build a bat house to bring home and put up in the garden. Everything is included in the workshop.
This workshop is intended for families. Priced per child, parents participate for free. This workshop is suitable for children 8 and up.