Bats...mammals of the night out foraging for flying insects! Opposite of chickens, bats roost during the day, sometimes in trees, barns, or even your house. Often unseen and yet important to our ecosystem, Georgia Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Tech, Emily Ferrall, will join us at the Visitors Center to unveil the secret nightlife of bats, plus the most up to date research currently being conducted by citizens and scientists in Georgia.
Join us for a batty occasion!
Mountain top theater presentation 1:00-2:00pm, followed by a meet n' greet with one of Georgia's creatures of the night, a Big Brown Bat!
Free program with park entry fee of $5 per adult, ages 15& under are free. America the Beautiful Interagency passes accepted.