Become a bat monitor (the flying kind) at Warbler Ridge in Charleston

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Despite the quarantine, Grand Prairie Friends has found multiple ways to be very busy this Spring. They moved their native plant sale online (and sold out), planted 25,000 trees for a bat habitat, and are now looking for volunteer bat monitors at Warbler Ridge in Charleston.

Grand Prairie Friends is a volunteer-driven, not-for-profit, conservation organization and land trust composed of people from many walks of life who share a commitment to preserve and restore tall-grass prairie and woodlands in east-central Illinois. For more information, or to become a bat monitor, visit Grand Prairie Friends online here.

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