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    Discovering Brenna’s Bat Colony: A Unique Observation Opportunity

    Nestled in the heart of the Silesian Beskids, Brenna unveils a fascinating spectacle as the first bats of the season flutter into the attic of a local school.

    Visitors can now witness this natural marvel up close, thanks to a dedicated observatory established within the school premises. Open from May 2nd during Museum Night, the observatory invites guests on a journey through the secret lives of bats until September, offering a glimpse into their nocturnal world. Prior reservations through the tourist information office are necessary to secure a spot for the insightful sessions.

    Brenna’s attic hosts two species, the Lesser Horseshoe Bat and the Greater Noctule, offering a rich tapestry of biodiversity. Witness the cycle of life unfold as newborns arrive in June, adding to the charm of this unique sanctuary.

    The observatory features a multimedia room for educational activities, enriching visitors with insights into bat ecology and conservation efforts. Explore the nocturnal realm through live camera feeds transmitting from the attic, enhancing the educational experience.

    With over 980 bat species worldwide, Brenna’s conservation efforts contribute to safeguarding these vital pollinators. Amidst Poland’s 25 bat species, the sanctuary in Brenna stands as a beacon of hope, offering refuge to these threatened creatures.

    As spring blossoms in Brenna, immerse yourself in the enchanting world of bats, where each fluttering wing tells a tale of resilience and conservation. Visit Brenna’s school attic, where nature’s wonders await discovery.

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