Artificial Bat Cave


A new project in Tennessee aims to create clean new digs for bats who are dying by the millions from White Nose Syndrome.

An artificial bat cave has been built that’s about the size of a single-wide mobile home. It's made from prefabricated concrete and has a textured ceiling for the bats to cling to.

The $300,000 trial project by the Nature Conservancy aims to save bats from white nose syndrome. The fungus was first discovered in upstate New York in 2006 and has spread.