Bat's Incredible

SEEK Updated
10/12/2015
Resource Types: 
Learning Kit
Abstract: 

Emphasis on Minnesota's seven species of bats. Kit includes an activity guide, several fiction and non-fiction books, skulls, videos, preserved bat in acrylic, bat skeleton in acrylic, and a bat biologist's field kit.
Costs and contact information varies depending on location:

Metro:
$20/week for kits that travel from school to school. Reserve by calling DNR 651-987-9720 ext. 5

Northeast:
$20/week. Call Mary Spoden at DNR-Grand Rapids Office 218-327-4278, or mary.spoden@dnr.state.mn.us
Drop off/Pick up only

Northwest:
Northwest ECSU, Thief River Falls, 218-681-0900, ext. 114, or ksigerud@nw-service.k12.mn.us

Central:
CMERDC, St. Cloud, 320-202-0992, Ext. 201 or njohnson@erdc.k12.mn.us

West-central:
Lakes country Service Coop, Fergus Falls, 218-739-3273, ext. 124, or rgriffin@lcsc.org

Southeast:
Quarry Hill Nature Center, Rochester, 507-281-6114

Southwest:
Montevideo Media Ctr, 320-269-9243, or mweber@swsc.org

Statewide:
Same kit, mailable version, Bell Museum of Natural History $50/week plus approx. $18 shipping, 612-626-2299

Author: 
Jan Welsh/Project WILD
Topic Areas: 
Wildlife
Food Chain
Target Audience: 
Teachers
Citizen and Youth Groups
Grades Pre K-6
Outdoor Recreation Groups
Geographic Location: 
Metro
Northwest
Date Produced/Published: 
03/1/03
Fee: 
Yes
Cost: 
$20/week
Library loan: 
Yes
Quantity: 
see above
Is training required?: 
No
Seasonal: 
No
Contact(s) or order information.: 

Email jan.welsh@state.mn.us for reservation information