Forests for the BATS – A Spooky Halloween Edition

///Forests for the BATS – A Spooky Halloween Edition


Bats are important members of our forest ecosystems and perform invaluable functions for humanity. All October long, you can learn more about these fascinating animals and their current conservation plights as we feature articles and blog posts about our furry friends and their importance to our Chesapeake ecosystem!

Alliance Blog Posts

    Forests for the BATS, Part 1

Other Articles & Resources

     White-nose Syndrome, A Deadly Disease

     Bats and Human Health

     No Roost Trees Around? Build A Bat House Yourself!

     Bat Activities and Curricula for Children of All Ages 

     10 Reasons You Should Love Bats

 Learn more about Forest Management and Bats and Other Wildlife 

Ryan Davis Chesapeake Forests Program Coordinator, Pennsylvania Office

Ryan is the Alliance's Project Coordinator for our Chesapeake Forests program. He focuses on forest conservation and restoration within the watershed in Pennsylvania and Maryland.

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