Bats in Connecticut

Tuesday November 19, 7:00 PM at the Firehouse in Killingworth. Please join us for this program presented by Richard L. Taylor, Jr., Master Wildlife Conservationist.

Richard Taylor, Master Wildlife Conservationist supporting the Connecticut DEEP Wildlife team, will be presenting a program on Connecticut Bats that will include species and types of bats found in Connecticut, the economic value of bats, bat migration and hibernation, decline and disease, and what the public can do to help bats.

Richard Taylor is a retired Human Resources executive. He has a passion for education and continuous learning and has served as a Chief Learning Officer, a member of the Federal Committee on Apprenticeship and Rhode Island Vocational Council and has a degrees and certifications from SCSU, RPI and Cornell. He has had an interest in wildlife and fisheries his entire life and since his retirement, completed Connecticut’s Master Wildlife Conservationist program, and is now active volunteering and presenting programs on wildlife to libraries and nonprofit organizations.

The program is free but advance sign-up is required  – please visit our online calendar to register or call the library at 860-663-2000.

Library Hours:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday:
9 A.M. - 6 P.M.
Tuesday, Thursday: 10 A.M. - 8 P.M.
Saturday: 9 A.M. - 2 P.M.
Sunday: Closed


Contact Us

Killingworth Library Association
301 Route 81 (shipping)
P.O. Box 725 (mail)
Killingworth, CT 06419
(860) 663-2000

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