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Kids build bat boxes in Chilliwack

From left, Anna Bezemer (10), Willem Bezemer (8), Alex Bezemer, Jason Arnold and Evan Arnold (7), work together to build a bat box on Lickman Road last weekend. - JENNA HAUCK/ PROGRESS
From left, Anna Bezemer (10), Willem Bezemer (8), Alex Bezemer, Jason Arnold and Evan Arnold (7), work together to build a bat box on Lickman Road last weekend.
— image credit: JENNA HAUCK/ PROGRESS

About 25 members from the Eastern Fraser Valley Young Naturalists Club spent part of their Saturday building bat boxes.

The children, along with parents and other family members, made seven boxes on Feb. 16 which will be installed in a few weeks at a site on Camp River Road and at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve.

Read The Progress in March for a followup story and photos after the seven boxes have been installed.

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