“Bats of Wisconsin” Virtual Program offered via the Whitewater Public Library Oct. 28 at 4 p.m.; Registration required

(Whitewater Public Library submission) The Whitewater Public Library is offering “Bats of Wisconsin” virtually on Wednesday, October 28th at 4:00 p.m. Those who attend “live” via zoom may win a DIY bat house kit.
Registration is at whitewaterlibrary.org.

Wildlife in Need Center (WINC) is a non-profit wildlife hospital and education center located in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. They take in over 3,000 injured, sick, and/or orphaned wildlife patients every year with the intent of releasing them back into the wild after they’ve recovered. Through their programs, their education team is committed to engaging people about the wildlife they may encounter in their communities.  Erin Toohey is the Education Coordinator at WINC. The program, Bats of Wisconsin, will have a short introduction about WINC and what it is the center does, and then will dive into information about Wisconsin’s species of bats, why they’re important, and how community members can help them.

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