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Bats Under Congress Street Bridge, Austin

Bats Under Congress Street Bridge, Austin

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Published by Felipe Adan Lerma
14 Original Austin Images
Plus Light Commentary & Links

A photo story of our latest bat boat tour trip along Lady Bird Lake and under the Congress Street Bridge (Ann Richards Congress Bridge), to view the world's largest urban colony of Mexican free-tail bats.

All in Austin Texas.

Complimenting a variety of Austin based short stories, including : “Dirty Sixth Street, Austin"
14 Original Austin Images
Plus Light Commentary & Links

A photo story of our latest bat boat tour trip along Lady Bird Lake and under the Congress Street Bridge (Ann Richards Congress Bridge), to view the world's largest urban colony of Mexican free-tail bats.

All in Austin Texas.

Complimenting a variety of Austin based short stories, including : “Dirty Sixth Street, Austin"

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Published by: Felipe Adan Lerma on Apr 07, 2014
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Bats Under Congress Street Bridge, AustinA Photo Story of our Boat-Bat Tour 
All Rights Reserved© 2014 Felipe Adan LermaSunset Bat Watch in Austin Texas*14 Original Austin ImagesPlus Light Commentary & LinksComplimenting a variety of Austin based short stories.Including :
 
“Dirty Sixth Street, Austin”A light crime mystery set in Austin Texas.http://www.scribd.com/doc/213881649/Dirty-Sixth-Street-AustinMy Scribd Author Page : http://www.scribd.com/adan1950_228525061*
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Over the years, off and on, that my wife Sheila and I have lived in Austin, we’ve made the don’t-forget-your-hat bat trip to or along or under the Congress Street Bridge.We’ve taken our oldest granddaughter when she was a tween. We’ve taken our parents. We’ve ridden the tour  boats, stood along the sidewalk guard rail on the bridge above where the bats make their home. And we’ve stood along the banks during bat festivals featuring t-shirts, stickers, and of course hats to keep the bat poop off our heads. ;-)
 
This is a mini-photo tour of our most recent trip, where Sheila and I joined our youngest girl, her one year old, and her husband and his parents for a sunset bat boat tour.It’s amazing, each time we’ve done this, how enjoyable it is. Especially being in the midst of such a large and increasingly congested city such as Austin. Nature survives. No, nature lives!That should be a t-shirt. :-)*Almost as interesting as the bats themselves, is the line of folk silhouetted above.One of my other free articles here on Scribd, American Robins Arriving in Vermont: The First Swoop of Spring, A Photo Memoir - has images of birds lined up on power lines that, in their similarity of side by side stances, in Vermont and in Austin, remind me of the folk on the bridge!The similarity is amazing ;-)

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