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Kelsey Gerhardt|Daily News Cumberland Gap National Historical Park interpretive Ranger Keith Bowling talks bats with 8th grader Madisyn Page of Morristown, Tennessee. Bowling taught visitors about using infrared technology to track and monitor bats during an event at CGNHP on Saturday.


Kelsey Gerhardt|Daily News

Cumberland Gap National Historical Park interpretive Ranger Keith Bowling talks bats with 8th grader Madisyn Page of Morristown, Tennessee. Bowling taught visitors about using infrared technology to track and monitor bats during an event at CGNHP on Saturday.

Kelsey Gerhardt|Daily News Cumberland Gap National Historical Park interpretive Ranger Keith Bowling talks bats with 8th grader Madisyn Page of Morristown, Tennessee. Bowling taught visitors about using infrared technology to track and monitor bats during an event at CGNHP on Saturday.
http://middlesborodailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_Bats.jpgKelsey Gerhardt|Daily News Cumberland Gap National Historical Park interpretive Ranger Keith Bowling talks bats with 8th grader Madisyn Page of Morristown, Tennessee. Bowling taught visitors about using infrared technology to track and monitor bats during an event at CGNHP on Saturday.
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