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Bats as Pollinators: Building Bat Houses for Conservation

April 24, 2024 at 11:00am1:00pm EDT

Bird Library

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Join Sustainability Management and their interns for an informative tabling session dedicated to discussing the crucial role of bats as pollinators and how you can become involved. Discover why bats are essential contributors to plant reproduction and biodiversity. Learn how to build a bat house and understand the importance of bats in your native garden.

As a bonus, we will be handing out native seeds from SU’s Bee Campus USA garden, while supplies last, if you live locally. If you reside outside our native seed area, we have sunflowers or herb seeds from Pete’s Giving Garden!

Building Bat Houses: Come and check out one of the bat houses we have constructed, using reclaimed wood, for the Carriage Hosue.  Learn how you can build your own bat house with a convenient design we have available for you!

Make a positive impact on our local ecosystem by attending this event. Together, we can create awareness and take tangible steps toward supporting the vital role bats play as pollinators.

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This event was published on March 7, 2024.

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