Nature/bird walks scheduled at WBC
LAYTON -- The Layton Wild Bird Center is holding a free nature/bird walk every week until the end of August.
This week's workshop will be hosted by Sensitive Species Biologist for the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Adam Kozlowski. Kozlowski will explain how attracting bats to your property can reduce the amount of mosquitoes in the area.
The evening will conclude with a visit to a local nursery colony of 3,500 bats.
Those interested should meet at the WBC at 7:00 p.m. The workshop is limited to the first 50 people who register. Call the WBC at 801-525-8400 to register. The WBC is located at 1860 N. 1000 W.
Hardman to volunteer in Ecuador
BOUNTIFUL -- Tara Hardman, daughter of Rick and Michele Hardman of Bountiful, will travel to Quito, Ecuador, on July 14, 2005, to spend three months volunteering in orphanages.
Hardman graduated in 2000 from Bountiful High School and in 2004 from Utah state University.
For more information, visit www.orphanagesupport.org.