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Bat Talk & Walk Event

June 24, 2021 -
September 25, 2021
6:15 PM - 8:30 PM
Price: Check online for information about fees and required registration. Dates and times vary throughout the season.
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Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area Headquarters
45211 County Road 32B
Davis, CA 95618
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Contact Information:
Event ID: 194902
Phone: 530.757.3780
Email:
Web: https://www.yolobasin.org/bats2021
In 2021, Bat Talk and Walk events are a hybrid format. At this time, the Talk portion will be held via Zoom and the Walk portion will be an in-person event to view the flyout! For the Walk, participants register for a “Pod Square” with a maximum of 4 people per pod. Details below. Bat Walk and Talk events begin mid-June and run to mid-September. Check our website for dates and times. Pods are filling up fast!

Bat Walk Registration
$50/pod square
Each Pod Square can have up to 4 people (not including those 3 years old or younger). Once you register for your Bat Walk date, you will receive an email with a link to register for your virtual Bat Talk. The Bat Talk is included in your registration. You may purchase up to 2 Pod Squares per transaction. Click on date to reserve your Pod Square!

By registering for a Bat Walk, you are agreeing to follow the health and safety requirements at the time of the event. This could include all guests over 2 years old being required to wear a face-covering that covers both mouth and nose and practice physical distancing. To ensure proper physical distancing, we ask that each group stay in their pod square.
 
This listing courtesy of CA Watchable Wildlife CA Watchable Wildlife

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Sub-categories are: Class/Workshop, Hike/Walk, Kids/Family, Lecture/Talk, Photography, Tours, Wildlife Special Event, Wildlife Viewing
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