Central Oregon Cave Clean Up

Thanks for everyone’s efforts in cleaning up our Central Oregon Caves!

A special thanks to Neil & the Oregon High Desert Grotto folks, the Forest Service, Central Oregon Visitor’s Association, and Drew Pick Photography.

Stay tuned for future volunteer opportunities here:
wanderlusttours.com/voluntourism


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We need your help - Cave Clean Up: bit.ly/cave-cleanup-wt (in bio)⁣
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October 19 & 20 we are partnering with the Oregon High Desert Grotto to clean up graffiti and trash. Multiple times / days are available to volunteer - we would love for you to join us! ⁣
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Photo by @drewpick #inbend #visitbend #bendoregon #wanderlusttours #thebestofbend #centraloregon #backyardbend #traveloregon #volunteer #caves
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PLEASE READ: WHITE NOSE SYNDROME IN NORTH AMERICA

In March 2016, WNS was found in Washington state. Wanderlust Tours is committed to cooperating with state and federal agencies, as well as conservation groups, to provide information to the public on the value of bats and the threat posed by WNS. Some of our Bend-area caves serve as winter hibernaculum, and we will not visit these caves. We operate year-round cave tours in caves where our bats do not hibernate. WNS does not affect humans in any way. Learn more about WNS in the United State here.