Go Batty - At The Pine River Nature Center
October 16th, 2013
Discover the fascinating features and adaptations of Michigan’s native nocturnal animals with the Organization for Bat Conservation at the Pine River Nature Center on Saturday, Nov. 9 from 3-4 p.m. The program will investigate the importance of adaptations, how they are formed and why animals develop these tools for survival. Those attending will get a chance to meet a North American owl, flying squirrel and bats. This presentation is sponsored by Critter Catchers Inc. of southeastern Michigan. Admission is $3 a person, and participants must register. To register or for more information, call the Pine River Nature Center at (810) 364-5477. The nature center is at 2585 Castor Road, adjacent to the Goodells County Park. It is owned and operated by the St. Clair County Regional Educational Services Agency (RESA). Directions to the nature center are available on the RESA website, www.sccresa.org.