THIS PROGRAM WILL BE RESCHEDULED AT A LATER DATE
The wildlife in your backyard can be a welcome sight for some or a landscape nightmare for others. Join the OSU Extension Greene County Master Gardeners for a look at some of the visitors that make you wonder, who’s backyard is it anyhow!
Dealing with unwanted guest. Join State Wildlife Office Matt Hunt as we look at some of the common nuisance animals you might encounter in your own back yard. The critters will range from coyotes to moles. We will look at the animal’s habits, habitats and how to deal with them.
Bats: Hidden Species, Imperiled Populations. There are well over 1000 species of bats. Different species range in size from a bumblebee to a hawk, and feed on everything from insects to fish to nectar to blood. While bats first evolved when dinosaurs walked the earth, bats today are critically threatened by disease and climate change. Join Dr. Bryan Carstens, a Professor at The Ohio State University's Museum of Biological Diversity, for a presentation about bats and a discussion of what the future might hold.
Location: OSU Extension, Greene County, 100 Fairground Rd, Xenia OH 45385
Cost: $5.00 includes educational material and light snacks
Contact information: Kim Hupman at firstname.lastname@example.org
Register at: go.osu.edu/wildlifegp