Program puts wildlife on display for kids


Children at the Mt. Sterling Community Center Thursday look at a sleeping flying squirrel and a bat on display courtesy of Ohio Nature Education and the Mt. Sterling Public Library.


Maximilian Kwiatkowski | The Madison Press

Manon VanSchoyck, executive director of Ohio Nature Education shows a group of children at the Mt. Sterling Community Center Thursday a barred owl rescued from a car accident. She showed the kids a number of other nocturnal animals, including bats and flying squirrels.


Maximilian Kwiatkowski | The Madison Press

Two young boys look at a sleeping bat brought in by Ohio Nature Education as part of a program by the Mt. Sterling Public Library on Thursday.


Maximilian Kwiatkowski | The Madison Press

Manon VanSchoyck, executive director of Ohio Nature Education, shows a group of children at the Mt. Sterling Community Center Thursday a barred owl rescued from a car accident. She showed the kids a number of other nocturnal animals, including bats and flying squirrels.


Maximilian Kwiatkowski | The Madison Press

Manon VanSchoyck, executive director of Ohio Nature Education, left, and her intern Brent Mitchell, right, hold up a barred owl and a screeching owl to a group of children at the Mt. Sterling Community Center on Thursday.


Maximilian Kwiatkowski | The Madison Press

Children at the Mt. Sterling Community Center Thursday look at a sleeping flying squirrel and a bat on display courtesy of Ohio Nature Education and the Mt. Sterling Public Library.

Manon VanSchoyck, executive director of Ohio Nature Education shows a group of children at the Mt. Sterling Community Center Thursday a barred owl rescued from a car accident. She showed the kids a number of other nocturnal animals, including bats and flying squirrels.

Two young boys look at a sleeping bat brought in by Ohio Nature Education as part of a program by the Mt. Sterling Public Library on Thursday.

Manon VanSchoyck, executive director of Ohio Nature Education, shows a group of children at the Mt. Sterling Community Center Thursday a barred owl rescued from a car accident. She showed the kids a number of other nocturnal animals, including bats and flying squirrels.

Manon VanSchoyck, executive director of Ohio Nature Education, left, and her intern Brent Mitchell, right, hold up a barred owl and a screeching owl to a group of children at the Mt. Sterling Community Center on Thursday.

Children at the Mt. Sterling Community Center Thursday look at a sleeping flying squirrel and a bat on display courtesy of Ohio Nature Education and the Mt. Sterling Public Library.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2017/06/web1_DSCN6433.jpgChildren at the Mt. Sterling Community Center Thursday look at a sleeping flying squirrel and a bat on display courtesy of Ohio Nature Education and the Mt. Sterling Public Library. Maximilian Kwiatkowski | The Madison Press

Manon VanSchoyck, executive director of Ohio Nature Education shows a group of children at the Mt. Sterling Community Center Thursday a barred owl rescued from a car accident. She showed the kids a number of other nocturnal animals, including bats and flying squirrels.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2017/06/web1_DSCN6417.jpgManon VanSchoyck, executive director of Ohio Nature Education shows a group of children at the Mt. Sterling Community Center Thursday a barred owl rescued from a car accident. She showed the kids a number of other nocturnal animals, including bats and flying squirrels. Maximilian Kwiatkowski | The Madison Press

Two young boys look at a sleeping bat brought in by Ohio Nature Education as part of a program by the Mt. Sterling Public Library on Thursday.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2017/06/web1_DSCN6434.jpgTwo young boys look at a sleeping bat brought in by Ohio Nature Education as part of a program by the Mt. Sterling Public Library on Thursday. Maximilian Kwiatkowski | The Madison Press

Manon VanSchoyck, executive director of Ohio Nature Education, shows a group of children at the Mt. Sterling Community Center Thursday a barred owl rescued from a car accident. She showed the kids a number of other nocturnal animals, including bats and flying squirrels.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2017/06/web1_DSCN6404.jpgManon VanSchoyck, executive director of Ohio Nature Education, shows a group of children at the Mt. Sterling Community Center Thursday a barred owl rescued from a car accident. She showed the kids a number of other nocturnal animals, including bats and flying squirrels. Maximilian Kwiatkowski | The Madison Press

Manon VanSchoyck, executive director of Ohio Nature Education, left, and her intern Brent Mitchell, right, hold up a barred owl and a screeching owl to a group of children at the Mt. Sterling Community Center on Thursday.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2017/06/web1_DSCN6402.jpgManon VanSchoyck, executive director of Ohio Nature Education, left, and her intern Brent Mitchell, right, hold up a barred owl and a screeching owl to a group of children at the Mt. Sterling Community Center on Thursday. Maximilian Kwiatkowski | The Madison Press