Frio Bat Flight

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Ranch Rd. 2690, 1/3 mi. South, Concan, TX 78884 Ranch Rd. 2690, 1/3 mi. South, Concan Directions
+18885029387
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Head on over to Concan's Frio Bat Flight, TX today and enjoy a thrill of a lifetime. Head to this place for some fun, laughs, and a great experience.

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You will have a close encounter with bats
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Outstanding adventure from beginning to end!
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Dress cool
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Spent the day at the Frio River. Ate at Neals Lodge, yum. If you have Sprint, get directions while you have service. No service in the area.
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Report | 22 days ago
Amazing experience! Would definitely recommend it.
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Loved it awesome very interesting and amazingly co
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This was a neat experience, don't worry if you are a little late, the bats have different emergence times each day and it lasts for 3 hours, just follow the road and the location is easy to find.
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Oh my gosh. We were amazed. I felt like a 5 year old kid I wadding impressed. It was amazing.
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Awesome site to see. Great experience for the kids! Highly recomm
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I had a great time! It was informational and beautiful. It's a long drive but worth it :)
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Every evening from March to September, just before sunset, as many as 12 million Mexican free-tailed bats erupt from Frio Cave in search of dinner. The bat colony is the second largest in the world. Tour guides lead a caravan of visitors driving their own cars two miles from the ranch gates to Frio Cave, then guests are taken to the top of a hill to witness the winged spectacle. With the sun low in the sky and the bat signal shining, the cloud of bats bursts forth alongside cave swallows and rock wrens, seeking insects to eat while evading birds of prey such as kestrels and peregrine falcons. After spending the spring and summer mating in Frio Cave, the bats resume their migration to Mexico and the college students return to their dorms.

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