Sunday at the Sanctuary – Not So Spooky Anymore
October is a time for celebrating the spooky, so join us as we uncover the Sanctuary creatures of the night. Dead trees may appear spooky and scarey, especially at night, but are important to countless species, including bats, owls, and creepy crawlies. We will investigate the habitats of these night creatures and how we can help to lessen the decline of these important species.
Live demonstration 1:00 – 2:00pm from Horizon Wings on the most misunderstood birds in our area.
Build a bat house as we celebrate National Bat Week. (First 20 registered will be able to build and take home a bat house (One per family). Instructions for how to build your own will be provided. Our bat station will provide information on how you can help through Citizen Science, bat information and a fun scavenger hunt that will have you searching for bat facts.
Create your own owl to take home at our leaf craft table and enjoy tasty treats and beverages. It is going to be another spectacular event you won’t want to miss!
Looking to adopt a pet? BeCAUSE 4 PAWS will be at the Sanctuary with animals available for adoption.
Please register for our October workshop at the link below.