Bats at the Northwest Stream Center!
October 12 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm PDT
Join Barbara Ogaard of the Sarvey Wildlife Rehabilitation Center and Bats Northwest who’s stage name is The Bat Lady for a voyage into the mysterious world of bats.
Enjoy bat puppets while learning bat myths and facts. See amazing bat images from around the world collected during research projects. And see live bats from the Pacific Northwest while learning about our “home bats.”
And learn answers to many questions including: Do vampire bats really exist? Are bats good or bad medicine? Did you know bats are the sole pollinators of bananas? What other foods and snacks have links to Bats? How many insects can a bat eat each day? What is the biggest and smallest bat and where are they found? Did you know that some bats are very cute? Who makes the best fertilizer in the world? What would happen to people if there were no more bats?
Discover how important bats are to the environment and the ecological role they play. Barbara and her bats will engage and entertain all ages. this is a fun event for the entire family! At the close of the show, you will go outside and call some bats.
Illustration by Jarod Boehme. Instagram: @bolt.thrower_
Date: Friday, October 12
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Tickets: $5 Members / $7 Non-members. Advance Purchase Necessary by calling 425-316-8592.
Age Recommendation: Grade 1 to Adult.