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CAVECarlsbad Caverns National Park (US National Park Service)
CAVECave Automatic Virtual Environment
CAVECitizen(s) Against Virtually Everything
CAVEClub des Amateurs de Vins Exquis (French: Club of Lovers of Fine Wines; Switzerland)
CAVEComputer Aided Virtual Engineering
CAVECollaborative Virtual Environment
CAVECellular Authentication and Voice Encryption
CAVEComputer Assisted Virtual Environment
CAVECommunity Action Volunteers in Education (California State University, Chico)
CAVEContent Analysis of Verbatim Explanation (psychology)
CAVECaller Verification (EU)
CAVECenter for Advanced Vehicle Electronics (Auburn University)
CAVECERES/ARM Validation Experiment
CAVEColumbia Automated Vision Environment
CAVECitizens against Violence Everywhere (Beaufort County, SC)
CAVEComputerized Automatic Virtual Environment
CAVECitizens Aware of Virtually Everything
CAVECatholic Audio-Visual Educators Association
CAVEContractual Aspect of Value Engineering
CAVECompetitive Autonomous Vehicle
CAVEClub Angevin de Véhicules d'Epoque (French: Angevin Vintage Vehicles Club)
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Table 1--Ambient air temperature ([degrees]C) at various locations in Carlsbad Cavern, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico.
Carlsbad Caverns National Park is 300 miles southeast of Albuquerque and 150 miles northeast of El Paso.
Tabletops are made from recycled beverage bottles, counter fronts are reclaimed sorghum straw, and the flooring keeps it in the family: repurposed picnic tables from Carlsbad Caverns National Park. Local farmers are profiled on cafe signage, and diners are directed to receptacles for "compost," "recycle," or "landfill," harmonizing the concessions experience with the park's spirit of conservation.
The Carlsbad Caverns National Park, 27 miles southwest of Carlsbad, is home to a colony of some 1 million Mexican free-tailed bats, which roost there from April through October.
As a result, visitors are going on bat walks at Pinnacles National Monument in California and Carlsbad Caverns National Park in New Mexico, attending night-skies talks by the "dark rangers" at Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah, and witnessing an annual night-sky festival at Acadia National Park in Maine--an event so popular last year that visitors had to wait in hour-long lines at the telescopes.
One of the most exciting American cave discoveries in decades occurred just three years ago in Carlsbad Caverns National Park. Intrigued by wind blowing up through a pile of rock in an otherwise unexceptional pit known as Lechuguilia Cave (named for the spiky plant that surrounds the entrance), eavers decided to find out what the rubble might hide.
CARLSBAD CAVERNS NATIONAL PARK in New Mexico celebrates its 50th annual "Bat Flight Breakfast." Hundreds of visitors gather to watch the bats leave the cave every summer evening, but their return each sunrise lasts much longer, as hundreds of thousands of bats circle overhead before diving into the cave entrance.
Carlsbad Caverns National Park in southeast New Mexico is host to 15 species of bats, including the famous summer colony of Mexican free-tailed bats.