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The Green Lake Bird and Nature Club to host Bat Presentation at Town Square

The Green Lake Bird and Nature Club to host Bat Presentation at Town Square

The Green Lake Bird and Nature Club will host a program at Town Square titled “The Bats of Wisconsin” on Monday, June 17 at 8:00 pm. This presentation by Tom Wagner will cover the eight species of bats found in Wisconsin, and provide information about their status and ecology, and discuss their great importance to the ecosystems of our state.  He will provide information about identification, habitat, migration, and reproduction – as well as the benefits of bats to humans. Besides being voracious feeders on mosquitoes and other flying insects, they also serve an important role as seed dispersers.

Great Horned Owl to Visit Town Square

Great Horned Owl to Visit Town Square

The Green Lake Bird and Nature Club will be hosting a special presentation called, “Snowy Owls Visit Wisconsin” by raptor expert Gene Jacobs on Tuesday evening, March 12th at 6 pm. This free event will be held at Town Square Community Center in Downtown Green Lake and is open to the public.