Bat Talk and Walk
Jun 18, 2013 to Aug 30, 2013
6:45 pm until 5:45 pm
Thousands of Mexican free-tailed bats live under the Yolo Causeway.
Join the Yolo Basin Foundation to learn about and view live bats, native to Northern California, at one of our popular summer events.
Following the 45 minute indoor presentation on bat natural history, including the viewing of live bats, the group will carpool out to the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area to watch one of the largest colonies of Mexican free-tailed bats in California as it emerges in large ribbons to hunt insects at sunset. To get to the bat viewing site, we will travel through leased rice farming fields to an area not open to the public. The whole experience takes about 3 hours. This is a family friendly event!
||Adults are $10 each, children 16 and under are free.
Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area Headquarters
45211 County Road 32B
|Sponsor||Yolo Basin Foundation|
|Contact name||Corky Quirk|
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