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Hangin' With Bats
Saturday, June 1 from 6:30-8:30 pm

*This event has been postponed. Visit our event page for other upcoming events.*


Maybe you know that bats are capable of eating thousands of mosquitos each night (they can eat their body weight in insects!) but, did you know that a few species of long-nosed bats are the primary pollinators of the agave plant in Mexico? Tequila is made from the heart of this important plant. In fact, over 300 species of fruit depend on bats for pollination!


At Hangin' With Bats, Woodcock educators will explore the importance of bats during a short interactive presentation. Attendees will also have an opportunity to take raft rides on the Woodcock pond to (hopefully!) spot local bats and other wildlife. Event partner Beam Suntory will provide a tequila and margarita tasting experience fireside in the pavilion.


Join us for this unique bat experience!

$65 per person includes light bites, tasting and educational experience.

Proceeds benefit community outreach programs.

21+ only. Space is limited. Registration required.

No refunds. No dogs please.

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