Natural History Society of MD: Baltimore Bats LECTURE with Ela-Sita Carpenter

Get ready for Halloween and come learn all about one of the spookiest animals, BATS! Even more than being spooky, bats are actually one of the most fascinating and beneficial animals! And in Baltimore, they are one of the least studied, which is why we are so lucky to have Baltimore native, Ms. Ela-Sita Carpenter, a PhD student at the University of Missouri, coming to talk about the research she is currently doing on bats of Baltimore for the Baltimore Ecosystem Study. She studies the factors that can predict what species are present in Baltimore. She will show us how beneficial bats are and what we can do to help them! Please join us at the Natural History Society of Maryland at 6908 Belair Road on Wednesday October 18, 2017 at 7pm.

Note: Ela-Sita will also be leading a bat walk in one of Baltimore’s parks on Saturday October 21 in the evening (time and location TBD).

Cost: $10 per person. You can either pay in cash at the event or prepay by following the link below.

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