Join bat experts and enthusiasts at the Wisconsin Bat Festival, Saturday, June 1 (10:00 AM – 6:00 PM & 7:00 – 10:00 PM). The festival will feature opportunities to learn about different bat species and enable you to discover, and contribute to, the essential conservation efforts being made worldwide.
New this year will be a “Bat Science Night” in which to observe bat research techniques as part of monitoring efforts made by local bat researchers.
The Wisconsin Bat Festival is held at the Warner Park Community Recreation Center. See directions here. All proceeds benefit the Wisconsin Bat Conservation Fund. Festival entrance fees are $5.00 per adult (16+); children free (with paying adult). See flyer.
To learn more about bats, visit the following links:
Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin, Bat Conservation Endowment Fund