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Homework: The secret life of bats

| Thursday, October 13, 2016 8:21 p.m

Biologist Julie Zeyzus will explain diverse bat species, discover their hangouts, nocturnal and seasonable habits and learn their benefits to nature during “Nightlife of Bats.”

The program will be at 2 p.m. Oct. 16 at Crooked Creek Environmental Learning Center, 142 Kerr Road, Ford City. The presentation is free.

Details: 724-763-6316 or

Take to the woods

Fall foliage hikes are set for 2 to 4 p.m. Oct. 15 and Oct. 30 at two Allegheny County parks.

An Allegheny Parks ranger will lead walks in the woods and teach hikers about autumn leaves. The hikes are free, but online registration recommended.

The Oct. 15 hike is at White Oak Park, 3 Muse Lane, beginning at the administration building’s parking lot. The Oct. 30 hike is at Deer Lakes Park, 1090 Bailey Run Road, beginning at the Carp Field parking lot.

Details: 412-350-2455 or

— Staff and wire reports

Send Homework items to Features in care of Sue Jones, Tribune-Review, D.L. Clark Building, 503 Martindale St., Pittsburgh, PA 15212; fax 412-320-7966; or email

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