About this Event
December 10, 2017 @ 9 a.m. - 11 a.m.
How To Survive Winter When You're A Bat Cossatot River State Park-Natural Area

Admission: Free

Meeting Place: Visitor Center Legacy Room

Think all bats live in caves? Not so, some live in trees and some live in your house. Some bats do live in caves and might migrate hundreds of miles to get to the same caves year after year. These bats face almost insurmountable odds to store enough energy and find a suitable cave to survive the long cold winter. Migrate to an overwintering shelter with Park Interpreter Flanary to experience for yourself what many of our states bats face each year. We will also make a bat house to mount within the Cossatot River State Park.


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(870) 385-2201

Cossatot River State Park-Natural Area
1980 Highway 278 West
Wickes, AR  71973

 GPS: 34.294231, -94.17741
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