Photos show the many types of vegetation that wpd intends to destroy

Photo 14 - Deciduous Forest Sugar maple

Photo 14 – Deciduous Forest Sugar maple

APPEC’s motion is still being heard by the White Pines Tribunal panel as the County takes a deep breath in anticipation.

These photos show the many types of vegetation at the project site that would be cleared in order to construct turbines and access roads.  ​This vegetation supports critical habitat for endangered species such as Blanding’s turtles, Whip-poor-will​s​, Bobolink​s​ and Meadowlark​s​ a​s well as critical stopover habitat for over

Photo 5 - Treed Alvar Red cedar

Photo 5 – Treed Alvar Red cedar

300 species of migratory birds​​.  APPEC is awaiting the Tribunal’s decision on its motion to prevent wpd from going ahead.

Photos are from the developers’ Natural Heritage Assessment – Appendix G

Photo 15 - Deciduous Swamp Green ash

Photo 15 – Deciduous Swamp Green ash

Photo 8 - Cultural Woodland Green ash

Photo 8 – Cultural Woodland Green ash

Photo 13 - Coniferous Forest - Red cedar

Photo 13 – Coniferous Forest – Red cedar

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