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Outdoors Report: Bat Migration Decorates the Summer Yolo Sky

KCBS Radio: On-Demand
Friday, July 19th
The summertime dusk is the perfect time to witness ribbons of bats--sometimes called "batnadoes"--silhouette the amber sky at the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area. A quarter of a million of these tiny creatures fly from Mexico to the Yolo Causeway every year to feast. KCBS Radio Outdoors Editor Tom Stienstra talks about the remarkable migration.