Kristin Murphy, Deseret News
Antelope Island is swarming with insects. That makes it the perfect place to study bats, which rely on insects as a primary food source. On Friday, a Division of Wildlife Resources biologist trapped and identified bats that feed over the island. A group of wildlife watchers also were on-site, and some of them will be seeing live bats for the first time. Reporters and photographers are invited to join the biologist, see the bats and learn about their important role in the natural world.
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