Things that don’t go bump in the night: why bats are the rock stars after dark
Tuesday, Oct. 18, 216 | 7:00 pm | Revolutions, Downtown Bryan, TX
Join us for a batty evening to learn about these mysterious creatures of the night! A quarter of all mammal species in the world are bats. They are incredibly diverse and have some amazing adaptations, from suction cup fingers to tube noses. Bats are ecologically and economically important around the world, providing services such as seed dispersal, pollination, and insect control. Come for a fun night to learn what vampires, tequila, and scorpions all have in common. Bring your questions and we will discuss the facts and fiction surrounding bats.