School Programs in the Black Hills
programs on bats are available to classrooms in the Black Hills area.
Programs are available for all age groups and include slide presentation,
recordings of bat echolocation calls, and (when available), live non-releasable
bats. These programs are provided as a community service and are free
of charge. For additional information or to schedule a program, contact:
Joel Tigner 605-390-2061 / firstname.lastname@example.org
SD GFP 605-394-2391 / email@example.com
Educational Bat Trunks
Game, Fish and Parks has also developed an 'Educational Bat Trunk' that
contains educational information including books, video tapes, displays
(such as a real, mounted bat skeleton), educational exercises, games,
and hand puppets for use in the school system. The trunk can be loaned
to teachers throughout the state. For loan information and availability,
contact SD GFP / firstname.lastname@example.org
/ 605-394-2391 Outdoor Campus / email@example.com
Acro-BATS of the Night' Poster
Game, Fish and Parks has published a colorful poster that can also function
as a book cover that depicts four species of bat found in the state. For
ordering information, contact: Eileen.DowdStukel@state.sd.us
Education Brochure from Arizona
University of Arizona (#1456) November
for all ages: Various Workshops are available
BatsLIVE - Free web-seminar!
A Distance Learning Adventure is offering an exciting, FREE education
program to bring bat conservation to life in your classroom and community.
Check out all of the resources at the the BatsLIVE
web site. Share this information with your friends & colleagues.
Web seminars will be offered on April 18 and May 3, 2012