Watch Millions Of Bats Take To The Skies This Summer At The Selman Bat Watch In Oklahoma

Every summer, millions of Mexican free-tailed bats pour from the Selman Bat Cave to feed on insects, and you can view it through the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s Wildlife Diversity Program. Registration opens up to the public next month and typically fills up fast, so keep scrolling to get all the details so you’re not left out on this wildly popular event.

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For more information on pre-registering for one of these events, please visit the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.

If you’re interested in exploring the caves at Alabaster Caverns State Park, please click here.

Address: Alabaster Caverns State Park, 217036 State Hwy 50A, Freedom, OK 73842, USA