FL Bonneted Bat location

https://www.wlrn.org/2020-09-09/miami-wilds-theme-park-slated-near-zoo-miami-its-also-habitat-for-the-countrys-rarest-bat?fbclid=IwAR3JWTXIQ_jLowqiU5SZruvcBP80Ug2_kofqGgnF3hwQGPgZRnMHYNlhCt8

Seems like the Miami Zoo is a good new location for the bats.  Though if the morons are allowed to develop that area even more it would be damaging.  I remember when I first went to that zoo in ’86 how much pine rockland was around it.  Now look at it.  So sad.

Andrew

 

 

2 Comments
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    Vladimir Dinets 3 months ago

    Depends on where exactly the boxes are. If you can’t look inside they are no use for mammalwatchers unless you get a permission to stay after hours.

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      Conuropsis 3 months ago

      You don’t need to be near the boxes if you have a detector and a thermal scope. It would be nice to see them in the boxes though:-) There are areas around the zoo you can observe from too.

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