June is a very busy month. Baby bats and skunks are born in late May and June. Please leave bat nurseries alone and don't cut any palm trees during this time. Dried palm fronds are ideal locations for tree bats to live in and a free bat house for you. All you have to do is leave it alone and the bats will take care of your mosquitoes. Crevice bats set up nurseries. make sure your bat house has a pup catcher in case any babies fall they can crawl back up to the nursery.
Additionally, skunks are nursing. Do not trap animals during the next few months. Allow them to let their families have a chance to grow and keep your yard rodent, pest and rattlesnake free. Skunks are the best mousers and immune to snake venom.
We also have a lot of animal outreaches!
6/25/18 - 1:30-3pm - SW School of Art
Summer Camp - Confluence Park
6/26/18 - 7-9pm - Potluck Dinner and Bat Talk for SAVS - McAllister Park
7/6/18 - 12-1 - Friedrich Park - Volunteer Wildlife Training
7/13/18 - 1:30-3pm - Confluence Park, SW School of Art, Summer Camp
7/20/18 - 1pm-2:30pm – Blue Hole, Wimberly, Tx –
Nature Creations - Summer Camp
7/27/18 - 1pm-2:30pm – Blue Hole, Wimberly, Tx –
Plants and Pollinators - Summer Camp
SA Live clip! 2017
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SA Live! 2018
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