Join Bureau of Land Management Wildlife Biologist, Dani Ortiz, for a look into the amazing world of bats!  Learn about our local bats that call the Coachella Valley home and talk about all the great ecological services bats do that make them so important to us. After the presentation, join your batty guide out in the State Park as she uses bat detectors on an easy walk to show you how these amazing creatures of the night communicate and can be identified once the sun goes down.

Please bring a flashlight and dress appropriately for an easy walk around the Tram station.

Date: Saturday, July 20, 2019
Time: 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.  Please arrive at the tramway by 6 p.m. to assure on-time class arrival of 6:30 p.m. We suggest you consider arriving early for a hike and dinner on the mountain.
Meeting Place: The Crocker Room at the mountain station. Exiting the tram, turn left and progress all the way across the room to the double doors.
Instructor: Dani Ortiz, Wildlife Biologist with the Bureau of Land Management
Batwatch location: Around the mountain station.


Reservations: Reservations must be made in advance to ensure enough materials and personal coverage.

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Booking: A reservation is required.  Only one booking is permitted at a time. For more than one, simply fill out the form again with the information for each additional enrollee and submit. Overbookings will be waitlisted and if space becomes available enrollee will be notified in order of priority.

NHA members with membership card receive a 20% ticket discount on tram fare and 10% on food.



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