Wyandotte Cave

Wyandotte Cave,

one of the largest natural caverns in the United States, S Ind., W of New Albany; discovered in 1798. There are 23 mi (37 km) of passages and several large and beautiful chambers on five levels. Saltpeter was mined there until the middle of the 19th cent.
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This note reports the netting of two individuals of the eastern small-footed myotis (Myotis leibii) on two different dates at the entrance to Wyandotte Cave, Crawford County, Indiana.
sodalis population in Wyandotte Cave had increased from 4550 to 12,994 bats (Brack et al.
Chlorpyrifos (OP) was also detected in every Indiana myotis carcass and guano sample from Ray's Cave and Wyandotte Cave, both important Indiana myotis hibernacula (Table 2).
The caves include both Siberts Cave and Wyandotte Cave.
Blatchley (1899) reported "tens of thousands" of little brown myotis, Vespertilio subulatus, (probably Indiana myotis) in Wyandotte Cave.
Nine of the 12 species of bats known from Indiana have been observed at Wyandotte Cave during mist-netting or trapping at the entrance and by in-cave counts from 1953 to the present.
About 80,000 people visited Marengo Cave last year, and some 25,000 toured Wyandotte Cave.
No woodrats were captured in Wyandotte Cave or on four bluffs in Crawford (n = 3) and Harrison (n = 1) Counties.
Cope (1872) published on the cave fauna of Wyandotte Cave, while Packard (1873) published on cave crayfish throughout the State.
Also, males have been found clustering with Myotis sodalis males in summer in Wyandotte Cave in Crawford County.
In addition, four male gray myotis were found in Wyandotte Cave on 26 July 1989.
Visitors are drawn to Marengo and Wyandotte caves, Patoka Lake, Blue River, Carnes Mill Nature Preserve, Harrison-Crawford State Forest, Hemlock Cliffs and Hoosier National Forest.