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Redell to talk on bats Monday
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Jennifer Redell holds a Malayan Flying Fox. Redell will provide an evening of learning about bats, the only flying mammal, on Monday at the Bluebird Nest Nature Center in Darlington. The Malayan Flying Fox will not be accompanying her. (Photo supplied)
DARLINGTON - Jennifer Redell, conservation biologist with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources' Bat Program, will discuss her studies of backyard bats at 7 p.m. Monday at the Bluebird Nest Nature Center, 308 Main St., Darlington. The event will be a learning opportunity for children and adults, covering topics like the latest white-nose syndrome findings and the role of bats in our environment. The second event for May will be an exploration of Christine and Howie Hill's restored oak savannah near Yellowstone Lake State Park.

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