October is finally here, and there is no better time of year to celebrate our favorite spooky animals, bats!
Bats May Look Spooky, but They Are Really Not
Our winged friends may be well known in horror movies and Halloween decor (and for that one incident with Ozzy Osbourne IYKYK), but did you know bats are actually pollinators?
Most people associate pollination with bees and birds but often forget the work of their furry colleagues: bats. Bats take the night shift, playing a major role in pollinating crops and spreading seeds.
So these guys may have a spooky look, but they're really important for our environment.
Celebrate Our Spooky Pollinators At Wild Bat Fest
Country Boy Brewing has teamed up with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife to host an event where you can enjoy a craft brew while learning about our nighttime pollinators.
Here is what the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife had to say about WIld Bat Fest:
Interested in all things SPOOKY? Join us October 15th at Country Boy Brewing: Georgetown Taproom for BAT FEST!Uncover myths and misconceptions about Kentucky's batsAsk a Fish & Wildlife biologist your burning bat questionsGet your hands on Kentucky Wild merchandiseWe can't wait to see you there!