All photographs copyright (2003-2013) by Kris H. Light

The <strong>Congress Avenue Bridge</strong> in south Austin is famous for the colony of nearly 1 million Mexican Free-tailed bats that live in the slits underneath the roadway. From mid-March to late October the bats emerge at sunset to eat millions of...
The Congress Avenue Bridge in south Austin is famous for the colony of nearly 1 million Mexican Free-tailed bats that live in the slits underneath the roadway. From mid-March to late October the bats emerge at sunset to eat millions of isects. I hope they don't contract the "White Nose Disease" fungus that has killed millions of bats in the northeast. The white boat is one of the tour boats that people can take to watch the bats emerge from under the bridge.

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