Preschoolers go ‘batty’ at Narrows Reserve


Submitted photos Kirkmont Preschool students listen to Greene County Parks & Trails Staff Naturalist Ashlee Schmitt during a recent visit to Narrows Reserve. While there, students played games, listened to stories and viewed a preserved Little Brown Bat before heading out to hike and look for bat habitats.


Submitted photos Kirkmont Preschool students listen to Greene County Parks & Trails Staff Naturalist Ashlee Schmitt during a recent visit to Narrows Reserve. While there, students played games, listened to stories and viewed a preserved Little Brown Bat before heading out to hike and look for bat habitats.


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Kirkmont Preschool students listen to Greene County Parks & Trails Staff Naturalist Ashlee Schmitt during a recent visit to Narrows Reserve. While there, students played games, listened to stories and viewed a preserved Little Brown Bat before heading out to hike and look for bat habitats.

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Kirkmont Preschool students listen to Greene County Parks & Trails Staff Naturalist Ashlee Schmitt during a recent visit to Narrows Reserve. While there, students played games, listened to stories and viewed a preserved Little Brown Bat before heading out to hike and look for bat habitats.

Submitted photos Kirkmont Preschool students listen to Greene County Parks & Trails Staff Naturalist Ashlee Schmitt during a recent visit to Narrows Reserve. While there, students played games, listened to stories and viewed a preserved Little Brown Bat before heading out to hike and look for bat habitats.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_bat1.jpgSubmitted photos Kirkmont Preschool students listen to Greene County Parks & Trails Staff Naturalist Ashlee Schmitt during a recent visit to Narrows Reserve. While there, students played games, listened to stories and viewed a preserved Little Brown Bat before heading out to hike and look for bat habitats.

Submitted photos Kirkmont Preschool students listen to Greene County Parks & Trails Staff Naturalist Ashlee Schmitt during a recent visit to Narrows Reserve. While there, students played games, listened to stories and viewed a preserved Little Brown Bat before heading out to hike and look for bat habitats.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_bat2.jpgSubmitted photos Kirkmont Preschool students listen to Greene County Parks & Trails Staff Naturalist Ashlee Schmitt during a recent visit to Narrows Reserve. While there, students played games, listened to stories and viewed a preserved Little Brown Bat before heading out to hike and look for bat habitats.
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