A close-up of a northern long-eared bat, which was recently moved to “threatened” status. Roadwork has begun to clear trees along Celriver Road in Rock Hill now that the bats are in their hibernation season.
A close-up of a northern long-eared bat, which was recently moved to “threatened” status. Roadwork has begun to clear trees along Celriver Road in Rock Hill now that the bats are in their hibernation season. Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department
A close-up of a northern long-eared bat, which was recently moved to “threatened” status. Roadwork has begun to clear trees along Celriver Road in Rock Hill now that the bats are in their hibernation season. Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department

With endangered northern long-eared bats away, Rock Hill road work resumes

December 05, 2015 06:07 PM

UPDATED December 05, 2015 06:34 PM

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