Besides carnival games, a spooky movie, delicious treats, and nature booths, NorCal Bats will be showing live bats and Bat Conservation International is leading an educational bat hike! The Wildlife Education Rehabilitation Center will be presenting live animals, REI is … Read more
Bring your family for an interactive program exploring bats! Activities are intended for ages 6-11. Are you curious about bats? Join the Environmental Volunteers in our Community Program, All About Bats to learn about different types of bats, how they … Read more
The Bay Area is home to 16 varieties of incredible bats. Excellent hearing and ability to echolocate help them eat up to 50 percent of their weight in insects per night. Bats are also vital pollinators, seed dispersers, and cash … Read more
Join the world’s fastest mammal presentation as the Bat Talk and Walk program is back in person! You’ll start at the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area Headquarters, where you will learn about the natural history of bats worldwide focusing on bats … Read more
A sensory ecologist explains what we know and what we don’t about human noise in the outdoors.
The Yolo Causeway is more than just link between here and there. It’s the summer residence of a thriving colony of Mexican free-tailed bats.
As fascinating as bats are, they, like all wild creatures, come with a warning label. While rabies is far from on the rise among humans and domesticated animals in America, it still exists among wild animals, including bats. The recent … Read more