Entrance to the Cavern
View of Beaver Lake
Getting ready to go into the cavern
The ceiling in the cavern
The first bat we saw of the day, it was asleep. So cute! The students were so excited about the bats, they were taking pictures and shining their flashlights on them. Most of the bats that we saw were brown female bats. They were all hanging upside down sleeping. Bats eat up to 3,000 mosquitos a night! Thank goodness we have bats for that!
This bat had one of her wings extended, we did see some flying and it was a little creepy. Our guide told us to not move and what do I do when I see one flying....duck down! At least I didn't scream.
This was a view from the top of the trail. We had a great day at War Eagle Caverns, can't wait to go back next year!