Missouri’s Onondaga Cave to Hold Open House & Bat Program
As part of an ongoing effort to ensure that citizens have input on facilities and services Missouri’s Onondaga Cave State Park will be holding an open house on Saturday, August 31st.
At an informational meeting, beginning at 11:00 am, representatives from the park will be on hand to review recent activities and projects at the facility. Afterward visitors are invited to share comments regarding park operations and services.
In conjunction with the open house, the park will also host “My Oh My Where Have All the Bats Gone?” from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm, which features fun family activities, raffles and giveaways focused on bat conservation.
Presentations and trivia games about bats will take place throughout the day with bat-oriented prizes. Participants can watch a movie about bat conservation, play a game about bat fact or fiction or just visit to learn about these incredibly fascinating masters of the night skies.
For more information about the event, call the park at 573-245-6576 or visit the Onondaga Cave State Park website.
Open House and bat conservation program planned for August 31 at Onondaga Cave State Park [Missouri Department of Natural Resources]