Project EduBat – Education Taking Flight! Live Broadcast October 29, 2014- 2:00 p.m. E.T.

We warmly invite you to join us for a live broadcast designed for teachers, non-formal educators, and all those who care about bats. Bats are amazing animals that are vital to the health of our environment and economy - eating tons of insects nightly, pollinating flowers, and spreading seeds that that grow new plants and even trees. Join us for an exciting, live broadcast, “Project Edubat – Education Taking Flight” on October 29th at 2pm ET to learn more about these important animals.

This free broadcast will feature newly developed bat activities, resources, lesson plans, and educational trunks that will be available across the country for your use! Help make science come alive for your students, volunteers, and others. Inspire them to make a difference.

Special appearances by live bats and a few of our favorite bat experts including Cathy Johnson, U.S. Forest Service, Dianne Odegard, Bat Conservation International, Ann Froschauer, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and Leslie Sturges, The Save Lucy Campaign.

Please share this information broadly and consider placing a link to the broadcast on your website. Thank you for helping us get the word out about this important project!

Thanks, Cynthia M. Sandeno Acting Regional Wildlife Biologist USDA Forest Service, Eastern Region (R-9) 626 E. Wisconsin Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53202 (414) 297-1254 (414) 944-3963 (fax)

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