FIERCE FRIENDS: THE SOUTH MOUNTAIN STORY OF SNAKES AND BATS
Location: Kings Gap Environmental Education Center
Snakes and bats are a duo of mysterious, elusive creatures that are sometimes misunderstood. Nevertheless, these two species play an important role in the ecology of the South Mountain region. State wildlife biologists Aura Stauffer (DCNR-Bureau of Forestry) and Jim Chestney (PA Fish and Boat Commission) highlighted the natural history and precarious future of these unique animals, and discussed ongoing research and regional study of their habitat requirements.