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Officials: New Cases Of White-Nose Syndrome In Bats Found

MOHAWK, Mich. (AP) – State officials say they’ve received the first reports this winter of Michigan bats dying from white-nose syndrome.

Dead bats have been found outside an abandoned copper mine near Mohawk in the Upper Peninsula’s Keweenaw County. 116 more words


Biodiversity bills, white nose syndrome, and a heat record: this week in environmental news

Each week MNA gathers news from around Michigan and the country related to conservation and the environment. Here is a bit of what happened this week in environmental news: 285 more words

Weekly News Recap

Going To Bat Zone To Meet The Real Batman

By Maximillian Boudreaux

On Thursday January 15th, 2015 I went on an exciting video shoot as well a new adventure to the Bat Zone, located behind the Cranbrook Institute of Science. 344 more words


To the batcave! Scientists hunting white-nose syndrome clues discover new bacteria

Researchers from the Czech Republic recently had a lucky break when they discovered not one but two new species of bacteria in bats that were emerging from hibernation in the Jeseníky Mountains in the north of the country. 669 more words

Environmental Microbiology

Bat Monitoring in the Texas Panhandle

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) and Bat Conservation International (BCI) are collaborating on the fourth year of a project to monitor bats in the Texas panhandle.   337 more words


The Bat Wing Shawl - A free crochet pattern

This shawl was inspired by a group of crocheting friends of mine who wanted to bring attention to the declining numbers of bats all around North America. 1,333 more words


Biologists trace physiological course of bat-killing disease

Study tests energy depletion hypothesis

Staff Report

FRISCO —New research by the U.S. Geological Survey and the University of Wisconsin is helping biologists solve the puzzle of… 406 more words