Live bats from around the world will be on display at the Owensboro Museum of Science and History Sunday, September 25, 2016.
Bat expert Rob Mies will be presenting LIVE BATS and speaking about their benefits, the need for conservation, and the methods we can use to protect biodiversity in a presentation that will entertain, educate, and engage. Photography is allowed.
Mies is a T.V. personality, conservation biologist, bat expert, author, and Executive Director of the Organization for Bat Conservation.
Rob invites spectators to step into the mysterious world of bats! We’ll explore their lives, habitats, and nocturnal strategies.
The program is included with the price of admission ($3 per person, 2 years and younger are free). Museum members are free!
- Explore their lives, habitats, and nocturnal strategies
- Encounter a Big Brown bat from North America and hear its high-pitched echolocation with a “bat detector” meet some amazing and beautiful fruit bats from Africa and Asia! The program is included with the price of admission ($3 per person, 2 years and younger are free) museum members are free! See you at the museum!
- See beautiful fruit bats from Africa and Asia!
Bat presentation times are Sunday, September 25, 2016, at 2 p.m. & 3:30 p.m. on the second floor of the museum, located at 122 E 2nd Street.