Bat Observation Station along with the opportunity to record activity of the bats would create enormous educational opportunities for the understanding of life cycles, needs of animals, the food chain, ecosystem studies, investigating ways to manage mosquito populatio A ns etc. Most importantly, we would be securing safe housing for bats. We could follow other bat houses across Canada and link with other educators and enthusiasts about bats: http://cwf-fcf.org/en/do-something/challenges-projects/help-the-bats/map.html. This project would not only help educate the grade one and two students, but would have school wide educational appeal and potential. The whole school population of students would become aware of the importance of bats and how we may further help them. Erecting a bat house and observing the bats using a night camera is a exquisite way for students to learn about and add to the biodiversity of our school grounds and community. The bat house and night camera would be used by all students in our school. This project would be a permanent presence on our school grounds offering the potential to educate thousands of children about bats.