The trispot darter is a small, colorful fish with three prominent black saddles on its back and grows up to 1.5 inches long. The species is found only above the fall line in Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee within the Coosa River drainage. One breeding site for the trispot darter can be found on Alabama Power property in St. Clair County. The area, a tributary to Little Canoe Creek, is dry about two-thirds of the year but consistently maintains a water channel during the winter. The site had a road crossing with two metal culverts to allow water passage; however, over time the culverts became perched just above the streambed. To help the fish move through the channel, the culverts were removed and replaced with a bridge. Read the full article from the Alabama News Center about the construction and the partnership that came together.