Biology Project Trip Report – 27 October 2018
Areas visited – Carroll Passage to the Mountain Room
This is the annual bat census trip. We travel the area from the Lunch Room to the Mountain Room counting whatever bats we see, and making note of other critters.
Participants – Bill Gee (trip leader)
we had a bag of tools, a concrete block and a new stilling well
When we got back, Rita found a live one and put it in a flask to carry out.
This post contains an attached ZIP file. The ZIP file is the raw data from the past ten years of bat census trips. Each trip generated three files – One for isopod count, one for guano pile status and one for bat count.
The weather was nearly perfect - sunny and about 80 degrees
Dedicated to the study, conservation and preservation of the Carroll Cave watershed.