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Bat Hibernaculum Restrictions

The Pennsylvania Game Commission wants the public to know about newly adopted restrictions at a local bat hibernaculum in Luzerne County. 15 more words

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White-nose syndrome confirmed in bats in Des Moines County, Iowa

It has recently been associated with bats at the Maquoketa Caves, and now the disease that has killed millions of bats threatens them in Des Moines County, Iowa. 186 more words


Environment: Could bacteria be the key to slowing the lethal spread of bat-killing white-nose syndrome?

UC Santa Cruz research suggests preventive treatment may be possible

Staff Report

FRISCO — While most of the news about bats and white-nose syndrome is not good, there’s a glimmer of hope for a preventive treatment, according to scientists at the University of California, Santa Cruz. 427 more words


Environment: Bat-killing disease spread into Iowa

Conservation advocates say more protection needed

Don't show me this! #WhiteNoseSyndrome map w/ 8 new suspect counties in Missouri; 2 1st confirmations in Iowa http://t.co/hy9el0QhTh…

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April Meeting Tonight: Bugs Out- Bats Out

What: EFN Meeting: Bugs Out – Bats Out

When: Thursday April 16, 7:00 pm

Where: Classroom CL140 Vermilion Community College


Much and talk has occurred lately about bats and it has gone beyond just biology to respect, protections, management, human impacts involved agencies and social responsibility. 157 more words


Mosquito-eating bat population on the decline: conservationist

Watch above: A conservationist who works for Saskatoon’s Beaver Creek conservation area says the bat population is plummeting across Canada. Amber Rockliffe reports.

SASKATOON – They weigh as much as a loonie and fly up to 35 kilometres per hour; but most importantly, they consume up to 1,200 mosquitoes every hour. 225 more words


Bat-Killing Fungus Continues in North Carolina

White-nose syndrome, a fungal disease that has killed millions of bats in the eastern United States, continues to affect bat populations in western North Carolina, although the declines associated with the deadly disease appear to be leveling off in some areas. 1,042 more words