This workshop for formal and non-formal educators, led by a N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission educator, will focus on North Carolina species of bats, conservation issues, and activities you can do in your programs or classrooms.
Participants are eligible to receive 6 hours of Criteria III credit toward their N.C. Environmental Education Certification. This workshop will be hosted in the Perkins Room of the Forest Discovery Center and is free of charge. You will need to provide your own lunch or purchase lunch from the Cafe at the Cradle, open 11am to 3pm. This workshop will be hosted in the Perkins Room of the Forest Discovery Center. Portions of this class will be held outdoors, so please dress appropriately for fickle mountain weather.
Pre-Registration is Required.
Register by emailing Stephanie Bradley, firstname.lastname@example.org
This workshop and our Bat-Tastic Celebration Event are celebrating the culmination of Bat Week.
Bat Week is an annual, international celebration of the role of bats in nature. Bat Week is organized by a team of representatives from across the United States and Canada from conservation organizations and government departments. For more on Bat Week.