Instructor: Ken Forman
Bats play a surprisingly large role in the ecosystem of the Ozark Plateau as essential pollinators. But sometimes people view them as “creepy” or “scary.” As with many things, the more we learn about something the less fear we may experience. These mammals are unique in that they can fly and definitely worth your time to learn more about. Please join us to learn some interesting details about Arkansas’ most diverse group of mammals -- their lives, activities, and why they are also some of the most endangered species found in the Natural State.
Ken is an educator with Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. He works at the Fred Berry Crooked Creek Nature Center in Yellville, Arkansas.
Day of the week: Tuesday
Date: November 21
Time: 5:30 p.m.