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Bat Program at Boch Hollow State Nature Preserve on August 7

Posted on 7/29/2015 by State Nature Preserves

Bats evoke more emotions than quite possibly any other mammal species in Ohio. Join the Ohio Department of Natural Resources at Boch Hollow State Nature Preserve on Friday, August 7 at 8 p.m. to learn all about Ohio’s silent heroes - bats.


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We will learn how this imperiled group of animals fights tirelessly for their survival providing countless benefits to mankind. At dusk we will venture out into the yard to watch and listen to bats as they ply the skies ridding us of night flying pests. Kids will have the opportunity to handle model bats, take scientific measurements, and use a dichotomous key to identify bat species.


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The program will be held at the office, which is located at 7211 Bremen Road in Logan. Children of all ages are encouraged to attend, but please remember pets are not allowed in state nature preserves. Limit of 25 participants; please RSVP by contacting preserve manager Levi Miller at (740) 380-8918.


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Boch Hollow is located about 8 miles north of Logan, take State Route 664 north. Turn right onto Beach Camp Rd. Continue about 1.4 miles, merge straight onto Bremen Rd., continue 0.6 miles, the office is on your right with small brown reflective sign.

Visit Boch Hollow State Nature Preserve for more details.