Sunday, April 6, 2008

There is no stopping nature

Please God

Bypass with Bat Bridges

Special bridges to help bats with their flight path have been built as part of a £42m road scheme in Cornwall. The two so-called "bat bridges" on the Dobwalls bypass are to help the protected creatures use their sonar to find their way to their roosts.

The bridges are to stop them from becoming confused as a result of the hedges' removal and help them continue to fly their usual route. Two bridges - costing a total of £250,000 and made out of steel wire and netting stretched in a V-shape


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