Maybe you've been out with us on a restoration day, counted bats, documented roadside amphibians, or have an owl or bat box from HAT. Maybe you're curious about these and other projects with Habitat Acquisition Trust. Whatever your connection and inspiration, we'd like to reconnect for an inspiring night showing the results of our wildlife efforts this year.
When: Weds, Sept 21st, 6:30 pm - 8 pm
Where: 1831 Fern Street
This will be an ideal opportunity to bring a friend along, as the overview is perfect for someone that wants to see how they can get involved with HAT to make a difference locally.
The Line-up for the evening:
- Nature Story-telling by Faye Mogensen
- Dr. Kristiina Ovaska presenting on our work with Turtles and Slugs
- Alanah on amphibians (not literally on them, that would be cruel)
- HAT Volunteer Katie Bell and HAT Biologist Christian Engelstoft presenting about Bats
- Biologist Tania Tripp presenting on the Western Screech Owl program
- Wendy on restoration successes
- Barb featuring Wildlife on our covenant protected lands
You can also look forward to:
- The **New** Stewardship Series brochure on owls!
- A chance to join the HAT Membership or renew
- HAT hat sales
- Get your HAT 20th Birthday Fundraiser Gala tickets
- Pick up a pledge sheet to collect donations for the HAT for Bats Campaign
Looking forward to sharing this delightful evening with you, in appreciation of our partners in Citizen Science and habitat restoration, the incredible HAT volunteers.