The CarrollCaveConservancy archives for the Biology category.

5/13/2017 – eDNA sample collection

The weather was nearly perfect – sunny and about 80 degrees

4/15/2017 – eDNA sample collection

There were 2 or 3 fish right at the sample site

3/25/2017 – eDNA collection trip

we got lucky.  There was one fish near the second sample site

11/29/2016 – Annual bat census

Guano gauge 32 = 20% coverage, mostly small turds

13 February 2016 – far down Thunder river Lake Room snorkeling

It was several lengths of iron pipe strapped together. Three green 6 gallon water jugs were attached, obviously to act as floats.

10/26/2015 – Annual Bat Census

Several of our count areas had zero bats, which I have never seen before. There were three sections with good populations of grey bats, perhaps 600 to 1000 individuals in each.

5/25/2015 – student Bio trip

continued onto Convention Hall, and with Bill Gee previously scheduled to be back in UL2 to download a datalogger, I assumed they wouldn’t be by themselves long

4/11/2015 – Upper Thunder Biology count

I hoped to be back at the ladder by 8:00pm so we would have a bit of daylight remaining.

3/14/2015 – Biology Baseline (but too wet)

The low water bridge just west of Greg Fry’s house has about 4 or 5 inches of water flowing across it.

2/15/2015 – Biology count the bait sticks trip

Corvette Way was the next person below her. He was able to hook the winch to her seat harness