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in south King County and the world we live in.
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November Program — Monday, Nov 21

Going Batty

Presented by Barb Ogaard

Barb says: "The contributions Bats make to the quality of life on Earth and the welfare of humans are numerous. My program tells about the life of Bats in Washington and around the world. Bats improve our lives through pollination and being the major predators of night flying insects and agricultural pests. Bats are used in research to aid the blind and medical research. Bats entertain us through the movies and horror stories. I love to dispel the myths and give you true facts about Bats.

This program is an opportunity to meet a few bats up close and enjoy the slides and props I use."

Ms. Ogaard is a bat rehabber/educator. She works with Sarvey Wildlife Care Center and Bats Northwest and is on the Board of Directors for both organizations. She has a degree is in Zoology and Animal Behavior. She has been a Ranger/Naturalist with many of the local Parks in the area and spent 5 years as a Vet Technician with many Veterinary Clinics.

Please join us for a night of Bat Fun!

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Field Trip to Port Townsend— Saturday, Dec 10

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