Posted by: Sandy Steinman | October 29, 2018

Where Are there Bats in the Bay Area?

Bay Nature has an article that talks about where to see bats in the Bay Area

The most impressive bat viewing within a reasonable drive of the Bay Area is probably at the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area, where one of the largest seasonal colonies of Mexican free-tailed bats in California roosts under the Yolo Causeway. In the summer, you can see this massive colony streaming out in the evening to hunt for insects. The Yolo Basin Foundation leads public bat walks throughout the summer to watch this colony emerge from their roosting spot. These programs are done for the season, but keep an eye out for events next year.

Read full article and learn more at  Where Are there Bats in the Bay Area? –


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