United States Route 27 Bridge over West Chickamauga Creek was 16.
In northwest Georgia, gray bats forage over streams and rivers such as Lookout Creek, South and West Chickamauga Creeks, and the Oostanaula River (Johnson, 2002; Menzel et al.
Relatively few individuals were collected in Big Sewee and South Chickamauga creeks, and the Holston, Little, and Sequatchie rivers.
The species was reclassified as threatened in 1983 after recovery efforts established a reproducing population in the Hiwassee River and additional specimens were collected in the Paint Rock River, Alabama, the sequatchie River, and Big Sewee and South Chickamauga creeks, Tennessee (Biggins and Eager, 1983).
tanasi have been collected in the Paint Rock River, Alabama, the Sequatchie River, and Big Sewee and south Chickamauga creeks, Tennessee (TVA Natural Heritage Data, 2006).
Physical barriers, such as a dam or a waterfall, served as an ending point of sampling in the Little ad Sequatchie rivers, and in Big Sewee and South Chickamauga creeks.