Attend this free lecture, Bats of Alaska, on July 25 at 7 p.m. in the Sugarloaf Training Hall.
Jesika Reimer is a wildlife ecologist at the Alaska Center for Conservation Science and has spent the last eight years investigating how nocturnal bats survive in the land of the midnight sun. Her work has taken her across northern Canada, and more recently, throughout Alaska. She is currently involved in studying a network of little brown myotis maternity colonies across the state to assess seasonal activity, roost preferences, and the general health and status of populations as white-nose syndrome sweeps across North America. Come on out to hear more about how bats in Alaska are different from the lower 48, and a few other adventure stories from the field.
Questions? Contact Wendy Goldstein at 834-1689.