He saved the best for last when he showed us how to play a game called Bat - Moth. It is a lot like Marco Polo. The bat was blindfolded and had to say "Bat". The moth would reply "Moth" and would try to avoid being tagged. It is like the adaptation that bats have called echolocation that helps them find their prey in the dark.
All in all, we learned to appreciate bats and especially when he showed us how many mosquitoes each bat east every day! Thanks to the West Souris River Conservation District for once again sponsoring this educational experience for Reston School.