2012 Summer Bat Walks

Sea & Sage Audubon Society invites you to “Experience the San Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary after dark!”

Each summer, the Sea & Sage Audubon Society holds their popular Bat Walks at the San Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary in Irvine. Summer Bat walks are a special opportunity for you to visit the sanctuary after hours as we search for live flying bats feeding at the marsh. Come discover first-hand that this freshwater wetland is a magical place at dusk. We begin with an indoor presentation by Stephanie Remington, a local bat biologist. We then take a short walk along the ponds to watch the sun set, listen to night sounds, and smell the fresh sage plants. The highlight is locating the two species of bats that come in small numbers to the marsh to feed. This popular Irvine event fills up quickly, so register early! 48-hour cancellation notice required for refund. Please dress warmly, wear long sleeves and pants, and use insect repellant.

Details: http://www.seaandsageaudubon.org/BatInformation/batwalkssummer.htm

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