Billings Public Library will host Megan O’Reilly from Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks on Wednesday, October 23rdto give a presentation on bats as part of the Library’s gardening series. The program will be held in the Royal Johnson Community Room at 5:00 pm.
Megan will focus on the life history of bats, dispel some popular myths about bats and showcase some of the new technology wildlife biologists utilize for both research and outreach.
Megan received her master’s degree in fish and wildlife management in 2012 from Montana State University where she devised methods for conducting occupancy surveys for mountain ungulates. Megan has worked in various parts of Montana, Antarctica and Africa. She is currently a wildlife biologist with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks in Billings, Montana and in addition to repeated survey work, thoroughly enjoys reaching out to educate the community about local wildlife species and beyond.
For additional information, please contact the Library at email@example.com , or librarian Jennifer Kruger at 657-8290.