Blowing Wind Cave NWR

Description:

Blowing Wind Cave NWR lies just above the Sauty Creek embayment of TVA's Guntersville Reservoir, 7 miles west of Scottsboro, Alabama. The refuge consists of upland hardwoods and limestone rock out crops. The cave has a double entrance, upper and lower, and is critical habitat for endangered gray and Indiana bats. The cave serves as a minor hibernation area for Indian bats and historically as a major maternity cave for gray bats.

Directions:

Phone:

205-353-7243

Email:

r4rw_al.wlr@fws.gov

Address:

2700 Refuge HQ Rd. Decatur, AL 35603

Activities:

Wildlife Viewing

Organization:

FWS - Fish and Wildlife Service

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