Learn About New Jersey’s Bats at March 20 Presentation

Mar 08, 2017

Join Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey biologist Larissa Smith at Stockton University later this month for a discussion of the bats that reside throughout the state. “Bats of New Jersey: What’s Not to Love?” is scheduled for 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Monday, March 20.

“Bats suffer from a bad reputation among those who do not know them,” explains CWF, a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to the protection and preservation of the state’s endangered and threatened wildlife and habitat. “In fact, as you will learn in this talk, they are beneficial to humans and fascinating creatures.

“New Jersey bat populations have been on the decline, however, and CWF is working with researchers to study their causes – and to look for solutions. Find out what CWF is doing to help bats in the state and what you can do yourself.”

The lecture will be held in room B-125 of the Alton Auditorium on Stockton’s campus in Galloway. For detailed directions to the room, visit conservewildlifenj.org/events. —J.K.-H.

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