Learn from bat aficionado Jeffrey Fehlenberg about the most frequently seen bat species in Pennsylvania and get a glimpse into a nocturnal world few of us really know. It’s estimated that, in the last decade, 99 percent of Pennsylvania’s hibernating bat population has succumbed to White-nose syndrome, a fungus that grows on bats’ noses and wings. Find out why some scientists believe the decline is moderating – and could be actually reversing – and what YOU can do to assist.
When: Tuesday, May 21, 7 - 8:30 p.m.
Cost: Members free; non-members $5
Pre-registration required. Click here
to register or call the office at 215-657-0830.
Membership Services Coordinator
Pennypack Ecological Restoration Trust