Join Park Ranger Brad Barker as we learn about those mysterious creatures of the night - bats! Ranger Barker will lead a 45-minute presentation about bats that can be found in Orange County. After the presentation, join us for a 30-minute walk to the nearby lake as we look for bats and listen for their echolocation using a bat detector. Come early to look at a bat skeleton and skull.
Laguna Niguel Regional Park, 28241 La Paz Road, Laguna Niguel. Meet at the amphitheater (After entering main gate turn left, then left at next road and continue past lake to far south end of park. Amphitheater recessed to the right.)
For questions call: 949-497-8324 Monday-Friday & 949-923-2240 weekends. Parking: $5/vehicle. Event: Free; donations appreciated!
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Laguna Canyon Foundation
Laguna Canyon Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving, protecting, enhancing, and promoting the South Coast Wilderness area.
This 22,000-acre area of includes Laguna Coast and Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Parks, Crystal Cove State Park, and the City of Irvine Open Space Preserve. We work to Keep It Wild!