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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 westernmost case of the fungus


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 research and one of the first field trials of a biological control agent to control the fungus that causes WNS.


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 they do


Gomantong Cave

Sir David Attenborough recently aired his new documentary series, “Conquest of the Skies”, featuring in its final episode Borneo’s Gomantong cave


Would there be Cinco de Mayo without bats?

As you sip a margarita today, pause to reflect on the contribution made to the tequila industry by often unacknowledged friends: long-nosed bats.


Women in Bat Conservation: Mylea Bayless

We are lucky to have some of the most passionate Women in Bat Conservation here in BCI! Meet #ScienceWoman Mylea Balyess, our Senior Director of U.S. / Canada Conservation


Women in Bat Conservation: Susan Wallace

Great conservation work just wouldn't happen without passionate women like Susan who fund the research and conservation actions that help us protect the worlds endangered species.


10 Amazing Bats of Texas to Celebrate Earth Day!

Bat Conservation International will be at Earth Day Texas at Fair Park in Dallas on April 26 and will be bringing four of these species of live bats! Come visit us to learn more about our bat neighbors and say hello!


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