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With nicer weather finally reaching the frozen tundra that is the northern United States, many people are looking forward to a change of pace and scenery. While it has been warmer recently, it's not quite spring north of the Mason-Dixon line.
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A century old question will finally be answered. What's behind those dam doors? Find out May 3rd, when Howe Caverns opens a portion of the cave not seen in over 100 years.
At least 300 cave enthusiasts around the country have gathered here staring Tuesday for their five-day 15th National Cave Congress. Jason Garrido, president of the Philippine Speleological Society, told MindaNews that cavers around the country will learn a series of topics and experiences that will be imparted in various events.
Wolfe's "Anthracite Fields" was described by the judges as a "powerful oratorio for chorus and sextet evoking Penns... Julia Wolfe descended hundreds of feet underground, into a dank, dark cavern with gleaming black walls: a Pennsylvania coal mine. "You can't believe people spent all day there," Wolfe recalled Tuesday.
Subject: Call for Material, AMCS Bulletin “The Astyanax Caves of Mexico”
From: William R. Elliott
Calling all those who caved in the Sierra de El Abra and Sierra de Guatemala of northeastern Mexico!
The Association for Mexican Cave Studies (AMCS) is planning its next Bulletin on the 29 cavefish caves in that region. “The Astyanax Caves of Mexico” will be published in late 2015, and will have more than 100…Continue
Posted by William R. Elliott on February 2, 2015 at 10:05am
Black light detects WNS in bats
Posted by Steve Skelly on November 23, 2014 at 6:12pm