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White-nose syndrome: Some bats develop resistance

Some bat populations in North America appear to have developed resistance to the deadly fungal disease known as white-nose syndrome. 108 more words


Texas A&M institute sends up ‘bat signal’ for help from Texas landowners

by Paul Schattenberg, Texas A&M AgrtiLife

The Texas A&M Institute of Renewable Natural Resources bat research team is asking Texas residents to help document bat species and populations throughout the state. 756 more words


Northern Long-eared Bat Alive, Well and Hibernating on Nantucket!

*Please note, this blog post was originally published in The Inquirer and Mirror on December 1st, 2016  in the article series called Island Ecology. The Foundation’s Science staff will be regularly contributing to our local newspaper and reprinting articles here the following week.* 1,026 more words


Mystery and Niagara Caves - Photo Blog

Like I said in one of my previous travel blogs, there is something about state and national parks that makes so much sense, especially in this day and age where most of Earth’s natural beauty is getting depleted and affected because of our actions. 339 more words


White-Nose Syndrome spreads farther

A disease plaguing millions of bats across the nation was addressed at the Klamath Basin Audubon Society’s monthly meeting Thursday night by National Park Service Cave Resource Specialist David Riggs. 27 more words

Klamath Falls Herald & News

UK study helps bats come home to roost—and recover

By Carol Lea Spence, University of Kentucky

Thousands of bats lie, heaped high on cave floors, sometimes as many as 10,000 at one site. Fragile, winged mammals that have succumbed to the ravages of white nose syndrome and dropped, flightless, from their roosts on cave ceilings. 895 more words