Cannon students, from left, Nathan Campbell, Huntersville; Taylor Denby, Mooresville; and Kenlee Griffin, Huntersville, constructing a bat box.
Cannon students, from left, Nathan Campbell, Huntersville; Taylor Denby, Mooresville; and Kenlee Griffin, Huntersville, constructing a bat box. Courtesy of Leigh Northrup
Cannon students, from left, Nathan Campbell, Huntersville; Taylor Denby, Mooresville; and Kenlee Griffin, Huntersville, constructing a bat box. Courtesy of Leigh Northrup

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