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Bats Successfully Treated for WNS Released Back Into the Wild

Bats successfully treated for white-nose syndrome were released back into the wild in Missouri.  These 150 bats were part of BCI-supported... Read More

WNS Fungus Confirmed in Oklahoma

The fungus that causes white-nose syndrome has been confirmed in Oklahoma. The presence of this fungus in Delaware County, OK, makes this the... Read More

Women in Bat Conservation: Carol Chambers

Professor of Wildlife Ecology at School of Forestry, Northern Arizona University, who focuses upon bat habitat relationships - why they live where... Read More

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