Sunday, February 11, 2007

Ledbetter Saltpetre

Some photos of Ledbetter Saltpetre Cave and our (Randal, Paul & I) search for Gray bats today. There's a quarry going in a stone's throw away from this beautiful cave, and finding an endangered species is pretty much the only way to stop the quarry from going in. We're still on the look out.
The entrance waterfall - for scale, follow the log to the bottom left corner and into the next photograph.



Ice at the entrance
A couple little bats hanging out together.

A small piece of the Superformation.
This fern is a cousin of the hearts tongue fern.Ice collected on a tiny little stick at the bottom of the waterfall.

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