Pine Mountain in southeastern Kentucky is a 125-mile long ridge line that provides refuge for scores of rare species and is an important migratory bird route. It features exposed rock in a number of places, as shown here. The Kentucky Natural Lands Trust, which is working to protect the mountain, recently added 650 acres to its holdings.
Pine Mountain in southeastern Kentucky is a 125-mile long ridge line that provides refuge for scores of rare species and is an important migratory bird route. It features exposed rock in a number of places, as shown here. The Kentucky Natural Lands Trust, which is working to protect the mountain, recently added 650 acres to its holdings. Bill Estep Marc Evans, Kentucky Natural Lands Trust
Pine Mountain in southeastern Kentucky is a 125-mile long ridge line that provides refuge for scores of rare species and is an important migratory bird route. It features exposed rock in a number of places, as shown here. The Kentucky Natural Lands Trust, which is working to protect the mountain, recently added 650 acres to its holdings. Bill Estep Marc Evans, Kentucky Natural Lands Trust

Pine Mountain conservation corridor gets 651 acres bigger

August 17, 2016 03:17 PM

UPDATED August 18, 2016 02:22 PM

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