July 23 – Bats of Tennessee lecture
The Wolf River Conservancy has a summer lecture series, and the July 23 lecture is on the bats of Tennessee! Everyone welcome, please share with anyone that might be interested. Lectures are at the Botanical Garden in Memphis. Learn about the intriguing and important insect-eating bats that live in the Memphis area, how best to attract them, and why they need our help now more than ever—from bat expert Chris Grow. Chris completed his graduate work on bats at the University of Memphis under Dr. Michael Kennedy. For more information visit wolfriver.org.
The MBWG will be hosting educational exhibits at events that promote bat conservation in Mississippi. Volunteers are welcome! Please contact us at email@example.com to find out more information. Also included in the event schedule are mist net events and informational meetings that will be hosted by the MBWG, SBDN, and other associated conservation groups.
2018 Event Schedule:
March 27-29 – SBDN Annual Meeting @ Roanoke, VI
April 7 – NatureFEST @ Mississippi Museum of Natural Science (Jackson, MS)
April 14 – Trace Festival @ Natchez Trace Visitor’s Center (Tupelo, MS)
May 29 – June 1 – Alabama BWG Bat Blitz -@ Eufaula, AL
July 23-27 – SBDN Bat Blitz @ Swanee, TN
September 25-27 – MBWG 15th Annual Mist Net Event (Pontotoc County) – ONLINE REGISTRATION OPENS AUGUST 1