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Things That Don’t Go Bump in the Night: The Fascinating World of Bats. with Bryon Clark
Bryon has been a nature enthusiast since growing up on the family farm in southern Iowa. He has a B.A. Arts in Biology from Central College in Iowa, a M.S. in Biology from Western Illinois University, and a Ph.D. in Biology from Kansas State University.
Bryon will discuss how he became interested in bats, past research projects, and anecdotal stories from over 40 years of studying these interesting creatures. The talk will include an overview of bat characteristics and what separates them from other groups of mammals. Specific topics discussed will include the distribution, habitats, diet, movements, and diversity of bats. Even though the presentation will focus on the species found in Texas, the talk will also include facts about bats from across the United States and throughout the world.
Meets in the Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center Lecture Room
Coordinator: Friends of Hagerman