CRITTERS – “Bats of the Inland Northwest,” is a hands-on opportunity to learn about some of the the marvelous abilities and essential services of bats that fly our skies at night.
Ella Rowan, a Washington Fish and Wildlife Department biologist who specializes in bats, is teaming with biologists from other agencies to offer the class twice this summer, on July 14 and Aug. 25.
Because of the subject matter – nocturnal creatures — timing is a little later than most classes in the region. Both classes go 7 p.m.-11 p.m.
Cost: Adults $17 or $11 for youth ages 7-17 (no children under seven.)
The classes include outings in Riverside State Park where bats will be captured.
Pre-registration required online through Spokane Parks and Recreation, or call 625-6200.