Downtown - A Little Batty

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In most cases with the winter months approaching bats migrate south from the cold. However, for Cuero, the Mexican free-tailed bats have taken permanent residence in the downtown area year-round. 
This has been a growing concern for downtown Cuero and was an agenda item with the Cuero Main Street Advisory Board for their regular scheduled meeting held on Aug. 8. 
 
These Mexican free-tailed bats were found wedged in the brick and facia in the afternoon on a building located on the 100 block of East Main Street.
 
To read more see this week's The Cuero Record
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