Bats to be Featured at Pipe Spring National Monument
This Friday September 30th, bats will be the focus of an evening program at Arizona’s Pipe Spring National Monument. The program will specifically highlight their behaviours and how they benefit the environment.
Rangers and biologists from the National Park Service and Southern Utah University will be on hand to answer questions and to catch bats at the monuments ponds, allowing folks to be able to see them up close.
Going from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm, the program will give the opportunity to learn about the different bat species in the area, to find out some of the issues facing bats and how biologists study them.
For more information on the event, including what to bring and fees, visit the Pipe Spring National Monument website or call Andrea Bornemeier at 928-643-7105.
Bat Programs at Pipe Spring September 30 [Pipe Spring National Monument]