iSwoop mapping

Today learning about the lidar mapping and seeing it in action was one of the coolest things that a ranger can ask to do. Being involved in an active research project and learning more about the science behinds bats and how they use the cave is such an amazing way to help the world not be fearful or confused on these little creatures that help us out so much. Being able to show visitors what we are working on and examples of collected data really helps them understand how important it is for these types of places to be protected for the future as well. I wish I could have stayed in the cave longer with Nick and Louise and help them get further in their research.

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  1. Thank you for this reflection. Your positive comments help us make the case for iSWOOP. When you get enthusiastic, enlightened responses from visitors we want to hear about them so we can let people with power know how investing in learning is paying off. –Martha

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