Get to know Philly’s nocturnal wildlife

What creatures come out to crawl when the city goes to sleep? No, we're not talking club-going Gen-Zers from Jersey. This walking tour will be filled with bats, night-singing insects, nighthawks, flying squirrels and other critters who emerge when the sun goes down. Content is geared towards adults, but kids are also welcome.

Where: Wissahickon Environmental Center at 300 W. Northwestern Ave. 19128

When: August 25, 2017 at 7:30 p.m.

How much: Free with registration


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