Arboretum at Night: Bats

Arboretum at Night: Bats

Saturday, August 3
7:00 – 9:00 pm
$30 member / $45 nonmember
Instructor: Dr. Cullen Geiselman
Ages 16 and up

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Do you like cucumbers, guava, and tequila? Then you love bats! Join Dr. Cullen Geiselman for a fun and relaxed talk about these wonderful but misunderstood creatures. In particular, you’ll learn why bats are crucial for pest control, seed dispersal, and pollination. While you learn, enjoy a selection of beers from Saint Arnold Brewing Company, light snacks, and Katz Coffee. Weather permitting, we’ll go on a night hike to look for bats.

Wear walking shoes and weather-appropriate clothing.

Instructor bio: Dr. Cullen Geiselman holds a BA in Environmental Science and Policy from Duke University and an MA and PhD in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from Columbia University. Her research focuses on seed dispersal and pollination by bats.


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