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The Hill Country Legacy of Old Tunnel State Park

The Hill Country Legacy of Old Tunnel State Park

…foreseen the 920-foot tunnel they blasted through a limestone hill would someday be home to millions of bats. Mexican freetailed

Generations of Texans Have Flocked to Concan for the Frio River and Neal’s Dining Room

Generations of Texans Have Flocked to Concan for the Frio River and Neal’s Dining Room

…Bat Cave “The Frio Bat Cave is about 5 miles away. In the summer, millions of Mexican freetailed bats stay…

From Dusk Til Dawn

From Dusk Til Dawn

…Cave, near San Antonio, is home to more than 20 million Mexican freetailed bats. While the site is off-limits to…

Follow the Frio: Swim, Hike, and Dance Your Troubles Away in the Frio Canyon

Follow the Frio: Swim, Hike, and Dance Your Troubles Away in the Frio Canyon

…roughly 11 million Mexican freetailed bats from March through October. Bain Walker, owner of the Frio Cave Bat Flight tour…

Bats at Risk

Bats at Risk

A steward at the Eckert James River Bat Cave Preserve, southwest of Mason, gently exhibits a Mexican freetailed bat. (Photo…

Hill Country Gem: Mason

Hill Country Gem: Mason

…and I had a flight to catch-the emergence of some 1.6 million Mexican freetailed bats from the Eckert James River…

Whirring Dervishes

Whirring Dervishes

…(from the Foreword) Texas is well known for its large concentrations of birds, butterflies, Mexican freetailed bats, and more, and…

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