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Are bats flying mice or rats? Do bats live in graveyards and suck blood? To find out these answers and more, Cal State Fullerton’s Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary presents its sixth annual “Bat Night” Oct. 17. The family-friendly interpretive program also features crafts and games, pumpkin carving, wagon rides and more.
All tickets purchased at the door. $5 adults, $5 for children; those ages 5 and under are free. Free crafts and games are included; other activities such as hayrides, pumpkin carving, and face painting as well as barbecue dinner will be available for purchase. Proceeds benefit Tucker’s K-12 outdoor education program.
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Bat Interpretative Program:
4:30 and 6 p.m. — family presentations
8:15 p.m. — post-event program on acoustic bat surveying (ages 16 and older)
Experts discuss why people should appreciate Southern California’s furry flyers and not fear them. California is home to 25 bat species, 16 of which live in Orange County, including one of the most common, the Mexican free-tailed bat.
29322 Modjeska Canyon Road, Silverado, CA 92676