Building by building, counting bats in Glacier

By | August 23, 2015

The Hungry Horse News reports that a Montana State University senior is monitoring bats this summer at Glacier National Park. Cheyenne Stirling is the first MSU student to receive a Jerry O’Neal National Park Service Student Fellowship. In a month and a half she inspected 400 buildings in the Park, looking for signs of bats. Possible signs are actual bats, feces, noises or an opening that would appeal to a roosting bat. The buildings could be anything from an outhouse to the Many Glacier Hotel. Read the full story here.


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