Nocturnal Animals

KELT hosts the Center for Wildlife and live animal ambassadors

Photo by Sam Burgie

When: Saturday, April 11 at 11:00am

Where: Community Room at the Patten Free Library (33 Summer Street, Bath

KELT invites kids, families, and adults to join Brownie the big brown bat and her wild animal friends to uncover the mysterious lives of the creatures that roam Maine’s landscape at night.

Brownie is an animal ambassador- live, permanently disabled and non-releasable wildlife- from the Center for Wildlife in Cape Neddick, ME and will assist the Center’s staff to teach children and families about nocturnal wildlife.

Ever wonder how bats find thousands of tiny mosquitoes in the dark? Or why a bear chooses to lumber around at night? Join Emily Calhoun, the Education and Outreach Coordinator at the Center for Wildlife, and animal friends to discover how wildlife use their senses to expertly maneuver through our nighttime world.

Center for Wildlife photo

Do not miss out on this FREE program!

Registration is required: Please RSVP to Becky Kolak at or 207-442-8400.

Established in 1986, the Center for Wildlife’s mission is to build a sustainable future for wildlife in our community through medical treatment, rehabilitation, educational outreach, research, and conservation activities. Learn more at


This program is free and open to all ages thanks to the generous support of 

Purdy Powers & Co