Voluntourism. Clean the caves near Bend Oregon. Volunteer your time with us.

THIS YEAR'S CAVE CLEANUP:

MAY 5, 2018

Thanks for volunteering with Wanderlust Tours and other local businesses to help cleanup the Central Oregon caves! We really appreciate all your hard work, and hope to see you again next year! 

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RSVP for next year's Cave Cleanup:

May 4, 2019 

Our caves are beautiful, unique features of the Central Oregon landscape. They are remnants of our amazing volcanic history, and provide a home for animals and plants alike. Help us to keep them beautiful, and healthy! 

We will send out two reminder emails before the event, in April 2019. Thanks for your interest in protecting our caves!

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Meet at Wanderlust Tours
61535 S. Hwy 97
Bend, OR 97702

 9:00 AM
Saturday, May 4th, 2019

Please wear sturdy shoes and clothes that can get dirty. Bring gloves, water, and light layers (the caves are about 45 degrees). Jimmy John's will provide a light lunch. Wanderlust will equip volunteers with helmets, headlamps, and trash bags. As we clean the caves, you'll also enjoy some interpretation of the caves from our magnificent naturalist guides.


 

White Nose Syndrome in western 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 which we do not visit.  We operate cave tours year-round where bats do not hibernate. If you want to learn more about WNS in the U.S., we encourage you to visit this website: http://www.nwhc.usgs.gov/disease_information/white-nose_syndrome/