Cave Week Theme - "BAT Conservation"
Let's hear it
for Virginia Cave Week!
Week promotes an understanding of Virginia's caves and the
surrounding limestone habitats known as karst. Sponsored
by the Virginia Cave Board, the week is used to encourage
educators of all subjects to actively engage their students
from kindergarten through high school using in-class activities
and by visiting one of the state's numerous commercial caves.
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Virginia Cave Week Activities
Meet Live bats and learn about bat conservation
Sunday, April 19, 2015
1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Warren County Community Center, 538 Villa Ave, Front Royal, VA
Meet live bats and learn about bat conservation
with Front Royal Grotto and The Save Lucy Campaign.
Leslie Sturges of the Save Lucy Campaign will talk about
Afterward, wander the educational displays, make a bat craft, and learn a little more about our local, nocturnal flying bug zappers.
local bats and introduce the real thing from 1--2pm.