Updated December 18, 2014
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American chestnut used to be one of the dominate species in our forests. In the early 1900s, a fungus nearly wiped out the species. Lumber, called wormy chestnut, was harvested from those dying trees.
The eastern pipistrelle is the smallest bat species in Ohio. When in flight, it can be confused with a large moth.
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