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Researcher Mary Kay Clark is working to establish the extent to which old-growth forests and abandoned buildings serve as habitats for the eastern big-eared bat, and to learn if populations are declining.
The Black River was a commercial highway from the colonial period until the late 19th-century. Truck and rail transportation ended this activity, which may have saved the river from environmental degradation.
The Black River contains clean water and cypress trees thought to be up to 2,000 years old. Friends of the river hope to protect its pristine condition.